"As an organization whose mission is to empower voters and defend democracy, we stand in solidarity with all Black communities. The League shall do so not only by speaking out against racism in all forms, but by doing the work required of us to be anti-racist."

Enter your address to find your polling place, build your ballot with our online voters' guide and much more! With our voters' guide you can see the races on your ballot, compare candidates' positions side-by-side, and print out a "ballot" indicating your preferences as a reminder and take it with you to the polls on Election Day.
Our push to cover the local elections on the VOTE411 website is off to a strong start.  Members and other interested people stepped up to cover 30 out of the 35 municipal races in the county, Monmouth and Ocean freeholder races and many Board of Education elections. Huge thanks to Ted Dellinger (LWVTO) who is handling the website, www.vote411.org, which is gradually populating with local races.  


  • Barbara Chaudhery, President

  • Anne Torre, Treasurer

  • Ellen Hock, Second VP

  • Bobbie Goldstein

  • Lori Bernard, Secretary

  • Directors:

    • Grace Chen

    • Justine Cook

    • Norma Rosenbloom

    • Madelyne Ryterband

    • Sylaja Srinivasan​

  • Kate Patrizio, Webmaster

       Contact us at LWVGRBA@gmail.com



                       P.O. Box 7649

                       Shrewsbury, NJ 07702 


Mark your calendar.  We've a full schedule of events coming up. (We'll send registration details on August events as soon as they are known.)

“Polling: The Art and Science of Measuring Public Opinion”
7:30, August 13
Carolyn Lau of the Monmouth University Polling Institute explains how polling works, what we learned from the 2016 election, and the challenges facing pollsters in 2020. 
Register here. 
“Suffragist Speak: The Fierce and Flawed Fight for the Vote”
7:30, August 18
The voices of five women and one man bring the struggle for the vote to life, with particular focus on the experience of African American women.  An original production and collaboration of the LWV, AAUW, and T. Thomas Fortune House.

Register here. 

The Monmouth County VOTE411 Project
7:30, August 27(New Date)
VOTE411 is the LWV’s non-partisan, online voters’ guide and in this session, we arrange coverage of local and county races.  Volunteers sign up to encourage and support candidates in participating. 

The Truth About Vote by Mail, 9/22

Freeholder and County Clerk Candidates Forum, 10/14



LWV In The News

On March 7th, 2020, the LWV-GRBA participated in The Voter Girl Project at Brick High School. Girl Scouts were engaged in activities to teach them about the voting process and how they can be leaders in their communities. 

Middletown Teacher Brings Lessons of Harvard Civics Classroom

Read this article in the Middletown Patch about a local high school history teacher who attended a civics program at Harvard Business School sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Monmouth County and Greater Red Bank.


A workshop for high school juniors 

that introduces women to the process of running for local office. 

The workshop is held annually in the spring at Monmouth Regional High School in Tinton Falls.

To learn more about the program, click here

Click HERE to join in supporting Running and Winning, the leadership development program for young women, run by the Greater Red Bank League of Women Voters, together with local affiliates of the AAUW, the Junior League and Hadassah.


Your gift now could inspire a young woman to enter public service!


If you prefer to give by check, mail your check made out to LWVGRBA Ed Fund (with Running and Winning on the memo line) to LWVGRBA, PO Box 7649, Shrewsbury, NJ 07702.

LWV-GRBA voter registration table at Latinofest on September 8, 2019.

The Voter Girl Project on March 7, 2020