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Get the latest information on January activities, the Schools and Communities First Initiative, upcoming Voter Service opportunities, and our latest courageous woman, Matilda Joslyn Gage!

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If you have ever—or never—before had the thought, I’d really like to volunteer with the League of Women Voters (Diablo Valley) this year . . . This is the time, 2020 is THE YEAR you are so needed!

Martha Goralka, LWV Diablo Valley, with campaign sign
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Thanks to a great team of petition circulators and speakers, in 2019 we returned 60+ petitions with  more than 500 signatures. I set our League goal at 1,000 signatures. We have almost 3 more months and I think we can reach this number.

Gail Murray moderating 2018 Clayton candidate forum, from video
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Martha Goralka, LWVDV Voters Service Chair

Hope you had a wonderful holiday and are ready for this New Year with its opportunities and challenges!

Suzan Requa, LWVDV co-president
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100 years later, women still power the vote through their management of campaigns for candidates and ballot measures, and by successfully campaigning to become elected officials themselves. In our county, we can be proud of the number of women in leadership roles.

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Joanne was an inspiring leader and we are grateful for her dedicated service to the League and California and she will be dearly missed. You can read more about Joanne's memorial.
We encourage you to make donations in her honor and we will send gift acknowledgement cards to her family.

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We support Proposition 13, Bonds for Schools and Colleges, on the March 3 ballot.

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New and busy voter? Check out our Easy Voter Guide to help you prepare to vote in the March 3, 2020 Primary Election!

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When you register to vote you can join a political party or choose No Party Preference

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What political parties have an open or closed primary?