AAUW National Election

2019 AAUW national election mark


It’s your AAUW, and your voice counts. It’s time to comment on and propose changes to the AAUW bylaws and Public Policy Priorities.

Welcome to the 2019 AAUW National Election page. In spring 2019 AAUW members will be asked to vote on amendments to the Public Policy Priorities, in addition to electing members to the national Board of Directors. While no amendments to the AAUW bylaws have been proposed by Governance Committee of AAUW Board of Directors for the 2019 vote, all members have the right to propose their own amendments to the bylaws, propose resolutions, and to comment on or suggest changes to the Public Policy Priorities on this site.

Here you’ll find all the information you need to comment on proposed Public Policy Priorities changes or propose your own changes and resolutions. Proposed amendments can be submitted until January 11, 2019, at 6:00 pm ET. Comments will be accepted until January 11, 2019, at 6:00 pm ET.


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Propose a Bylaws Amendment

Enter your own amendment to the AAUW bylaws. All proposals will be reviewed by AAUW’s Governance Committee.

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Comment on the AAUW Public Policy Priorities

Participation in respectful debate is the right of every AAUW member. Propose or comment on changes to the Public Policy Priorities.

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Make a Resolution

Is something important to you not covered in the bylaws? That’s what resolutions are for. Find out more.



Frequently Asked Questions

Have questions about the 2019 AAUW National Election? Get answers in the Election FAQ.

AAUW Governance Forum

Have questions about AAUW’s governance? This forum is designed to encourage open dialogue between the membership and governance committee.

2018 AAUW National
Election Results

Over 19 percent of eligible members participated in the bylaws amendment vote, more than three times the 5 percent required by our bylaws.