The minutes were approved at the October 2013 board meeting.
Download the attached press release template and customize for use in your community this fall. Make sure the local media knows about your great work to engage voters in 2013!
The General Assembly, meeting over two weeks, is the main deliberative, policymaking and representative forum of the United Nations (UN). Comprising all 193 members of the UN, it provides a unique forum for multilateral discussion of the full spectrum of international issues covered by the charter.
LWVUS President Elisabeth MacNamara's remarks on National Voter Registration Day 2013.
Dear League members,
Today marks the "First Call" to Convention 2014 in Dallas, TX on June 6-10, 2014. Please plan to join national, state and local League leaders from around the country for this lively biennial event - to hear nationally known speakers, learn more about the issues important to the organization and the nation, participate in training sessions and join in the discussion and networking that make the League a strong and vital force in our democracy.
The League sent a letter to the U.S. Senate asking Senators to act to repair and restore the Voting Rights Act to its full effectiveness following the recent Supreme Court decision in Shelby v. Holder. Members of the grassroots Lobby Corps will also deliver this message to Senators on the Hill.
September 19, 2013
The League submitted a statement to the Presidential Commission on Election Administration outlining the five key suggestions the League proposes for improving the polling place experience for voters.
Fundraising can be a challenge for a non-profit, grassroots organization like the League. In order to support their important projects, local Leagues have gotten creative with their revenue generating ideas and the results are often impressive. This fundraising success highlight is the League of Women Voters of Concord-Carlisle, MA.
A sampling of multimedia resources that cover the breadth of topics within the agriculture update. These are not meant to endorse any particular practice or viewpoint.