League of Women Voters - St Charles Unit

League of Women Voters of Metro St. Louis

League of Women Voters of Missouri

League of Women Voters of the United States

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St. Charles County Election Authority

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The non-partisan League of Women Voters encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy. We hope you will join us as we discuss increasing voter participation and engagement in St. Charles County. Our online Voters Guide ( VOTE411.org ) has information on local candidates and ballot measures.

We meet monthly in-person and on Zoom. For more information, please sign up on our email list below or call us or text us at 636-293-6864.

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St Charles County is often described as a "Red" county. But how red is it? See what the data say....

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The minimum wage in Missouri is currently $12.00/hr and Illinois is $13.00. Our friends at Jobs with Justice have petitions to to gradually increase the minimum wage. This proposal would gradually increase the minimum wage to $15.00 over two years. Starting in 2025, increased pay and benefits will make us more competitive for workers with our bordering states. It also requires hourly workers are able to earn paid sick leave.

If you're interested in signing but haven't seen a petition, please send us an email.

Past Events


Winning the War on Truth

Wednesday, October 19, 2022    7:00pm - 8:00pm

Middendorf-Kredell Branch St. Charles City-County Library 

2750 State Hwy K, O'Fallon, MO 63368

With the election coming up, have you ever gotten overwhelmed with all the information being put out there? This program is designed to help spot disinformation and misinformation.

Everyone wants to make the best possible decisions for themselves, their families, and their communities.  But in order to do that, people need access to factual information free from bias or manipulation.

Between social media sites that push extreme, controversial, and even deceptive content onto users’ timelines to lure them into staying online; the curation of individualized content for users based on algorithms that keep people in information siloes; and the rampant disinformation and manipulation campaigns that skew readers’ perspectives, truth can be hard to come by. Unvarnished truth presented without an agenda may be almost impossible to find. And common ground is nowhere to be found. 

This is a critical issue that transcends politics, and everyone is vulnerable regardless of their views.  It’s never “the other side’s problem.”  Being armed with knowledge about the war on truth is the first step toward ending it, and this program will provide a starting point.

The presenter: Jennifer Slavik Lohman who is the Director of the St. Louis Area Voter Protection Coalition; Chair of the Anti-Disinformation Committee for the Missouri Voter Protection Coalition;  and a member of the national Election Protection Anti-Disinformation Working Group. Jennifer is also the Regional Coordinator for the MOVPC’s  Election Protection Field Program as well as a member of the Transformative Justice Coalition’s Voting Rights Alliance and the League of Women Voters.

Jennifer graduated from Notre Dame Law School and worked as a litigator and federal judicial clerk before turning to voter advocacy work.  She lives in St. Louis with her husband Don and two of their three (nearly all) grown children.

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