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Keeping Democracy in the Hands of the People


The Tiffin Area League of Women Voters, for fifty-three years, a nonpartisan political organization, encourages the informed and active participation of citizens in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy.


About our League


President: Gene Chintala

Communications: Bonnie Boroff

Director Program: Teresa Nibblett

Membership: Nancy Rubenstein

VP & TreasurerKaren Miller

Secretary: Rita Bennett

Directors: Ann Kovalevsky, Mary Lewis, Kade Rowe

Our Services

The League of Women Voters operates on three levels: national, state, and local. The LWV of Tiffin Area provides free and open access to information, educating the public about the issues of the day and the political process. LWV services include: 

• Sponsoring Candidates Night 
• Holding open forums on

important issues 
• Registering Seneca County residents to vote 
• Providing the nonpartisan, unbiased Voter Guide to the community 

Our Challenge

The League of Women Voters believes that an informed public is essential to good government. However, it’s not easy for individual citizens to sort out the sound-bite journalism, attack ads, media consultants, and special interest groups that sometimes seem to be the only voices discussing important issues. The League researches issues independently and provides nonpartisan, unbiased information to voters, so voters in turn can play an active role in solid, issue- oriented politics, whether at the local, state, or national level. 

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