Voter Services Committee

Voter Services Committee

The Voter Services Committee provides services to inform and empower citizens to participate in the election process. The committee offers services to both educate and engage the electorate: 

  • Provides trained, qualified, and unbiased speakers and other staff for candidate forums and Pro/Con presentations.
  • Distributes voter information  and promotes  voter  registration with a focus on underrepresented groups.
  • Encourages access and participation in the LWVC’s Voter’s Edge program.
  • Engages all in activities that Get Out the Vote (GOTV).
  • Educates on changes to our voting systems. 

Committee Chair: Martha Zavala (voterservices [at] )
Pro/Con Presentations: Robbie Davis ( proandcon [at] )
Candidate Forums: Katherine Gavzy (candidateforums [at] )


Committee Contact
Contact Name: 
Martha Zavala
League to which this content belongs: 
Pasadena Area

All Posts Related to this Committee

Moderator Candidates Forum Congress
Blog Post

LWV-Glendale/Burbank responds to disruption of candidates forum at Burbank City Hall. Read our report on the forum and watch the forum on the Burbank YouTube Channel:


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Voting in a Time of Pandemic

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Watch the May 2020 League Day Zoom Presentation Voting in a Time of Pandemic 


Individual Slide Presentations can be found below.

Event Date: 
May 14 2020 - 10:00am to 11:00am
Event location: 

In your home, courtesy of Zoom

Voting during a Pandemic

What We Can Do to Ensure Safe, Fair, and Open Elections during These Difficult Times


Getting Ready for November in COVID Times

Voting by Mail


Voter Services

March to November—What a Difference a Pandemic Makes


Part 4—A Voter’s Experience

A Letter from a Vote Center Visitor

Hi everyone,


Part 2—A Poll Worker’s Experience