LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS League of Women Voters
of the Northampton Area

The League of Women Voters is dedicated to educating and encouraging voters. Register early. Help your friends vote.

If you would like to join the League or renew your membership, Click here for a League membership form.

voter registration information Voter Registration Forms for Massachusetts Print, fill out, add your town and zip code to the address and mail it in

About the League of Women Voters
To leave a message for the Northampton Area League, call 413 570 3008
Northampton Area Board of Officers
Other League of Women Voters' web sites, from Alabama to Wyoming.
 On Voting Reforms by Osa Flory (from the Daily Hampshire Gazette)

About the Northampton Area: history, events, government, offices, regulations, and more
City of Chicopee
City of Easthampton
City of Holyoke
City of Northampton
Town of Southampton
City of Springfield
Town of Westhampton
Town of Williamsburg

Regional Newspapers On Line: color photos, local news, top stories, weather, sports, back issues
Daily Hampshire Gazette
Boston Globe
Valley Advocate
The Springfield Republican

Your Elected Officials: pictures, positions, past records and how to contact them
The White House, Cabinet, etc.
Governor Charlie Baker
U.S. Senator Edward Markey
U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren
U.S. District 1 Representative Richard Neal
U.S. District 2 Representative Jim McGovern
State Representative Peter Kocot
State Senator Stan Rosenberg
State Representative John Scibak
State Representative Aaron Vega
State Representative Stephen Kulik
State Representative Angelo Puppolo
State Senator Eric Lesser

Offices of Mayors, Town Administrators
Chicopee Mayor Michael Bissonnette
Eastampton Mayor Michael Tautznik
Holyoke Mayor Alex Morse
Northampton Mayor David Narkewicz
Springfield Mayor Domenic Sarno
West Springfield Mayor Gregory C. Neffinger
Williamsburg Town Administrator Charlene Nardi

Other Web Sites for League interests: (The League does not endorse the views of other organizations. Just thought you'd like to know they exist.)
From the National League
 Doug Amy on Proportional Representation
Current Polls and 2014 Senate Races: The best summary of election polls and national contests we've seen
From the New York Times. (Page down to "collections for journalists")
Rock the Vote: Founded originally as a campaign against censorship; it expanded to advocate the political empowerment of young adults
Vote Smart: One of many web sites checking the voting records of our politicians.

E-Mail the Northampton Area League
To Mary Lou Bouley or Janice Moulton. Suggestions and feedback welcome.
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