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From advancing health care to protecting the environment, voters care about many issues. We promote social and economic justice as well as the health and safety of all Americans to defend democracy.

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Now is a crucial time to put pressure on our city council members, as some are still deciding whether or not to vote for the Spokane Housing Levy 1590 on November 30th.


We recently reached out to Sault Sainte Marie City Clerk, Robin Troyer, about frequently asked absentee ballot questions we've heard from local LWV supporters and voters. First, if you have any questions about your ballot or the election process, you may directly reach the Sault City clerk's office at 906-632-5717 or via email at rtroyer [at] saultcity.com. Below are questions we asked and Ms. Troyer's answers:     

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Onwards into September and a full month of election activities, meetings, and volunteer opportunities -- plus Ruth Bader Ginsberg and an anniversary quote to remember.


In June 2020, the Center for Nonprofit and Community Studies at the University of Wiscosnin - Madison released a report titled, "Civic Health of Wisconsin: Connectedness in Context."

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What does SB 89 mean for Cuyahoga County?

SB 89, if approved by the Ohio Senate, will end EdChoice, the “performance -based” voucher program and the deduction method of funding NEW vouchers.

Tulare County
Event Date: 
Sep 17 2019 - 11:30am
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Left of Center

If it’s important and has anything to do with Jerry Brown’s administration and major California public policy issues, Diana Dooley was in the middle of it.

1929 LWV Citizenship School

The League of Women Voters was founded in 1920. Formed by the suffragists of the National American Woman Suffrage Association, the League began as a "mighty political experiment" designed to help 20 million women carry out their new responsibilities as voters.

Each year our members renew their committment to the League of Women Voters by renewing their membership.


The League of Women Voters of Louisville and Jefferson County believes that decent, suitable, desirable, and affordable housing should be available for all in our community without discrimination as to economic status, race, color, creed, ethnic origin, familial status, sex, age, or physical or mental handicap. 
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