The League of Women Voters of Martin County is a non-partisan political organization that encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy. Note: The League does not support nor oppose any individual candidates.


Our next meeting is August 9, 2022 at Carmela's Brick Oven Pizza & Wine Bar

Special Guest Speaker: Carter Morrison - CFO, Martin County School District

  • What's up with the milage question on the August ballot ?

  • What's the "FEFP"?

  • How much does the Florida Lottery really help our schools?

  • How are charter schools, virtual schools and homeschooling funded?

  • Are public schools just for kids?

  • Is it true that MCHS was built on a dump?

Get the answers to these and other questions at our meeting.

We're Looking for a Few Good Women People ...

Following the devastation caused by the COVID pandemic and the loss of several of our leaders, this chapter is in the process of reorganizing, rebuilding and renewal.

Positions available include directors for Communications, Legislative Affairs and Voter Service.

If you support the League’s mission to defend democracy, and would like to be a part of it, call 772-286-0156 or come to our next meeting to learn more.


President (vacant)

Vice President (vacant)

Secretary: Sandy Packer

Treasurer: Carolyn Wood


Donna Dupuy – Interim chapter coordinator

Karen Kerwin

Susan Ramsthaler – Luncheon manager

Pearl Jackson – Past President; Director Emeritus

Tom Campenni


Stay informed about the issues that concern you.

Make your views heard by adding your voice to ours.

Gain valuable leadership and networking experience as you study and act on important issues.


Study Issues on topics chosen by the members to inform ourselves.

Invite speakers to our monthly meetings featuring timely topics.

Seek consensus using study groups that present findings to the League. Read more.


Please click here to read our February 2022 newsletter.

Please click here to read our January 2022 newsletter.

Please click here to read our December 2021 newsletter.

Please click here to read our November 2021 newsletter.

Please click here to read our October 2021 Newsletter.

Voting options

Vote by Mail:

Request a Vote By Mail ballot by calling the Supervisor of Elections Office at 288-5637.

Vote in Person:

Voting at Polling Places will still be possible. Voters will wait outside in 6 ft. distancing lines. Only one voter allowed inside at a time. Masks will be required.

Voting machines will be wiped down after each voter.


Get to know your elected officials!

Click here for the Supervisor of Elections' website.

Register to vote today!

Click here to register

Announcing: the 2020 Susan B. Anthony Award: Jacqui Thurlow-Lippisch for outstanding service to her community