Congratulations to Donna Newman Windle, our Unsung Hero! Donna was among the top volunteers honored by the Community Foundation of the Florida Keys today at the Beachside Marriott in Key West. The nomination letter said: “Don’t change the subject when Donna Windle talks about voters. Her passion for the League of Women Voters’ mandate for voter education and registration, especially among returning citizens, helps ensure fair elections in 2020. A board director and membership chair, Donna embodies our commitment: Empowering voters. Defending democracy.”
The "Lower Keys" in our name refers to the geographical area our local chapter serves. Our members reside primarily from Key West to the Seven Mile Bridge. Anyone living elsewhere is welcome to join. Our meetings are within those boundaries and we address issues that affect citizens living here.
The Lower Keys League of Women Voters, a nonpartisan political organization, encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues and influences public policy through education and advocacy.
As a member of the Lower Keys chapter, you are automatically a member of the state and national League of Women Voters. We welcome men and women and students who are committed to the nonpartisan mission and vision of the league. Your active membership will make a difference.