Who We Are...

The League of Women Voters of Fremont County, Wyoming, is a nonpartisan, grassroots organization that believes voters should play a critical role in democracy.

LWVFC's encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy.

Every election, whether local, state, or federal, is important to ensuring our laws and policies reflect the values and beliefs of our communities.

We accomplish this through voter education and providing timely resources.
 


Our Progress...

See what we've been up to

Members
We are 55 members strong and growing every day

Members are passionate and play an active role informing voters of election-related information.

Our members include women and men ages 16 and up.

Consider joining today!

Get in Touch

Our Partners
Our partners are extremely important, help us support our mission, and accomplish our goals.

LWVFC maintains relationships with the following organizations:
*Anne Austin Designs
*County 10
*Eastern Shoshone Tribe
*Fremont County Government
*The Lander Journal Newspaper
*LWV National
*LWVWY
*Northern Arapaho Tribe
The Ranger Newspaper
Rustler Radio
*Vote411.org
*Wind River Radio Network
*Wind River Internet *Womentum
*WY State Government 

Support

Communities We Serve
We believe in a deep collaboration with all of the citizens of Fremont County and provide our services across all of Fremont County:
Arapahoe
Atlantic City
Crowheart
Dubois
Ethete
Ft. Washakie
Hudson
Jeffrey City
Kinnear
Lander
Pavillion
Riverton
Shoshoni
St Stephens

Collaboration

Projects
Although LWVFC was just formed in Dec 2019, we are actively engaged in the following projects, which were prioritized by you! These include: Voter Information Guide Candidate Guide Candidate Forums MMIP

Volunteer your expertise

MMIP is now a statewide initiative that will lead to more in-depth research and recommendations supporting Native Americans.
In June 2021, the LWVFC submitted Phase 1 of the Missing & Murdered Indigenous People (MMIP) study for approval and to gain statewide support, which is called concurrence from the LWV Wyoming.  
Over the next year, the MMIP Committee, will work on Phase 2.


Wyoming needs people who can help their neighbors.

Join the discussion
Learn more about MMIP & Be inspired to create healthier communities. 

Volunteer your time and expertise.

Interested? Or know of someone who would be interested in learning more about MMIP or becoming involved with MMIP project? Just send them this link to LWVFC MMIP