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To the editor: Launched in 2005, Sunshine Week has grown into an annual national initiative to promote open government and push back against excessive official secrecy.
During this year’s Sunshine Week, the League of Women Voters of the Fairfax Area salutes the Fairfax County Electoral Board, General Registrar and employees of the Fairfax County Office of Election
March 17-23 is Sunshine Week, an annual nationwide effort to call attention to transparency in government and freedom of information.
We all have the right to know what our government is doing, both its successes and failures. Exercising our right to know gives us, the public, power.
“Florida is supposed to be the Sunshine State, but the outlook is cloudy for the future of the Congressional delegation there.”
But I do know this about the weather: We could still use more sunshine — in government at least.
“With four lawsuits and more than 180,000 names of potentially ineligible voters, the situation in the Sunshine State is getting messier by the day. ... A letter to the newspaper from the director of…
“The League of Women Voters, La Raza and Common Cause-Florida said they were unhappy with Gaetz's plan to have legislative staffers draw a new map – with the results only made public Saturday…
This article was originally published in the Midland Daily News.