Welcome to the Home Page of the Shaker Heights chapter of the League of Women Voters of Greater Cleveland.  You may join the League or renew your membership by mail or online using a credit card. Just click the “Join” link at the top of this page.

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Click here for election results from the 3/15 Primary.


Coming Events:


Shaker Community Forum:

Internet Bandwidth: Why Do We Need It? When Will We Have More?

Thursday, June 9

7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Shaker Heights Public Library, 16500 Van Aken Blvd.                                   Shaker Heights, OH 44120


Lev Gonick, Chief Executive, OneCommunity, moderates


Angela Siefer, Director, National Inclusion Alliance

Deb Socia, Executive Director, Next Century Cities

Morris Wheeler, Founder and Principal, Drummond Road Capital

Patrick Holland, Management Team at RET 3 Job Corp, Hessler Road Neighborhood Association

Peter Whitehouse, Professor of Neurology and founding member of Cognitive Science, Case Western Reserve University                                   Click Here to Register


Northeast Ohio Public Policy Forum:

Sports Stadium Financing

Tuesday, June 21

7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Lakewood Public Library,
15425 Detroit Ave., Lakewood, OH 44107

Moderator:  Peter Krause, Editorial Writer, cleveland.com



Video of The Van Aken Project in Shaker Heights

Thank you to Steve Litt, Mayor Earl Leiken, Luke Palmisano and Roby Simons for participating in a discussion of the Van Aken Development District. The city hopes the new district will add to the overall vibrancy of Shaker Heights – and to it’s tax base. If you missed it you can learn about the project and its proposed impact on the community. Click here to watch the video of the forum


Zephyr Teachout  spoke on “Corruption in the 2016 Election,” at Cleveland Marshall College of Law.  For video Click Here 


For those who couldn’t make it, here is the speech Mayor Earl Leiken gave to the Shaker Chapter of the League of Women Voters of Greater Cleveland. Click here



Election 2016 Voter Guides

Learn about the candidates and issues on YOUR BALLOT. The League of Women Voters has the information you need. We will be questioning the candidates in contested races and in some uncontested races. Visit Vote411.org.


Judicial Races:

Judge4Yourself.com and JudicialVotesCount.org. You’ll learn how the candidates are rated, how voting for judges works in Ohio, and much more.