Below is a list of letters to the editor published in newspapers across the country on the DISCLOSE Act, leading up to the election in November of 2010.  The list is alphabetical by state and then League.  For those newspapers that require a subscription a link was not included.

Arizona
Sun City West Independent - LWV Northwest Mircopa County

Delaware
Wilmington News Journal and Delware State News - LWV Delaware

 Sample Get-Out-The-Vote Letter to the Editor

 

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Following the success of President Obama’s Forum with Young African Leaders in Washington, D.C. in the summer of 2010, the League of Women Voters was invited by the U.S. Embassy in Antananarivo, Madagascar, to Madagascar in September to lead a series of dialogues and workshops with 32 young leaders.

League Lobbies for Vital Campaign Finance Legislation in Maine

"Activists Push Maine Senators to Support DISCLOSE Act" Maine Public Broadcasting Network, September 22, 2010.

"Collins, Snowe Face Pressure at Home on DISCLOSE Act"  Washington Independent, September 22, 2010.

League Lobbies for Vital Campaign Finance Legislation in Maine

"Activists Push Maine Senators to Support DISCLOSE Act" Maine Public Broadcasting Network, September 22, 2010.

"Collins, Snowe Face Pressure at Home on DISCLOSE Act"  Washington Independent, September 22, 2010.

The League of Women Voters sent a letter to Senators urging them to support quick action by the Senate to enact the DISCLOSE Act this year.

The League and coalition partners sent letters to Senators Snowe and Collins of Maine and Brown of Massachusetts urging them to support the DISCLOSE Act.

League President Elisabeth MacNamara sent a letter to the Senate urging them to ratify the START Treaty which was signed by President Obama and President Medeyev in April 2010.  Lobby Corps members are visiting key Senate offices this month in support of ratification of the START Treaty.

The League and coalition partners sent a letter to Majority Leader Pelosi thanking her for her leadership in establishing the Office of Congressional Ethics in 2008 and urging her to make a public commitment to the American people to support the continuation of the OCE as well as to oppose any efforts to prevent the OCE from effectively carrying out its mission and basic responsibilities.

The League and coalition partners sent a letter to Minority Leader Boehner urging him to make a public commitment to the American people to support the continuation of the OCE and to oppose any efforts to prevent the OCE from effectively carrying out its mission and basic responsibilities.

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