Every year, millions of Americans aren't able to vote because they missed a deadline or didn't know how to register. In conjunction with National Voter Registration Day the WWA is conducting a local effort to get as many people to register to vote as possible. The goal is not to advocate on behalf of a candidate or party, but to make sure that people have access to voting.
Find out why the upcoming election matters! Learn about and take action on legislative issues including the Women’s Equality Act and the Boss Bill, college affordability, enhancing economic opportunities for women, domestic violence issues, child care, housing and sexual assault.
Help people register to vote!
Make sure our voice is heard!
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Westchester Women's Agenda
WWA is a nonpartisan feminist coalition which plays a significant role in Westchester County by advocating for and influencing legislative and social policy affecting women and children. Its purpose is to ensure equal access to opportunity and equal rights for women, to champion reproductive freedom and other women's health issues, to end violence against women, to support civil rights for all and to oppose bigotry based on gender, race, religion, ethnicity, class, age, disability or sexual orientation. The mission of the WWA is to create a strong voice for women in Westchester on legislative policy and program issues by bringing together a broad-based coalition of not for profits, corporations and individuals to work together and advocate on behalf of issues affecting women in Westchester County.