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Voter Education

The LWVWCAR wants all voters to know what is going on in the local government. We do this by reviewing and posting the agendas for Quorum Court, and Fayetteville City Council. We encourage voters to attend the meetings in person, or watch the meetings online. For more information, visit our section on local government.

Voter Registration

The LWVWCAR strives to register as many eligible voters as possible, keeping in mind that some communities may have barriers that make it more difficult to register. We aim to identify these barriers, and aim to start tearing them down. More more information, visit our section on voting local.


More info coming soon.

  • Arkansas Public Policy Panel
  • Hispanic Women's Organization of Arkansas
  • Mental Health America in Northwest Arkansas
  • American Association of University Women
  • Women's History Coalition of Washington County