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LWV Of Santa Cruz County

Community Leaders

Barbara Lewis, Co-President
Barbara Lewis, Co-President
Dorothy Fry, Vice President
Marilyn Radisch, Vice President
Laura Grossman, Membership Chair

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(831) 325-4140

Stories from Around the State

The League started Pride month by participating in the West Hollywood Pride, WEHO, with the icon Cyndi Lauper, encouraging parade attendees to make a plan to vote using 

A coalition of current and former San Francisco officials and civic organizations filed an amicus brief in the case of City of Grants Pass v. Johnson, the most significant US Supreme Court case regarding the civil rights of homeless people in modern history.

In 2023, Leagues across the US worked diligently to achieve a remarkable number of wins in litigation, voter registration, civic engagement and education, and more. Below are 6 of our greatest accomplishments.

This story was originally published by Public News Service.

Dora Rose, deputy director of the League of Women Voters of California, will be in Shasta County for the vote. She condemned the county's attempt to get rid of voting machines and spread fear about potential voter fraud.

LWV of San Francisco, LWV of California, and LWV of the US issued the following statement on the passing of Senator Dianne Feinstein.

This story was originally published by the Chico Enterprise-Record.

Organizing and activating eligible voters has always been one of the goals of the League of Women Voters, a non-partisan group that advocates for voter rights and greater involvement in the democratic process. The league is renewing its efforts to register younger voters — ones who aren’t old enough to vote yet, but will become eligible the moment they turn 18.