LWV Ohio Lobby Corps

The LWVO Lobby Corps volunteers guide League activities to monitor and impact policy making, primarily by the state legislature. 


Individual League members agree to take responsibility for a specific subject area outlined in the LWV Ohio Agenda for Action. This includes democracy issues and topics such as education, natural resources, and health equity. Volunteers typically focus on an area where they have a strong interest and relevant expertise. 


Click here for full description and requirements for dedicated volunteer lobbyists.


Fill out the Lobby Corps Form to become a volunteer lobbyist. This form also adds you to the listserv for the twice a month Lobby Calls. These are the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month at noon. Links are sent out the day before all calls.

Click here to access guidelines, training videos and links, helpful tools and documents.

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Fill out this form to be enrolled in the LWV Ohio Volunteer Lobby Corps list-serve. You will be kept informed of Lobby Corps conference calls, meetings, trainings, and opportunities. This is a great way to keep abreast of what is happening at the Statehouse and how LWVO is strategizing around our priorities.

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LWV Ohio tracks a number of bills around several issues, including democracy and voting, education, environment and energy, gun safety, and more. The LWV Ohio Legislative Tracker is a list of bills that are priority issues for the League. Categorized by issue, it includes a brief description and the LWVO position. You can use it to stay informed and help narrow down where to get started in your advocacy efforts. Join the LWVO Volunteer Lobby Corps to get further involved in state-level advocacy and advance LWV Ohio's policy priorities.