Conference announcing 860,000 signatures to qualify Schools and Communities First on November 2020 ballot! The League of Women Voters joined Communities for a New California, Faith in Fresno Clergy Caucus, 99Rootz, and California Alliance for Retired Americans.
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Hasn’t the view of the snow-capped Sierras been a treat for the past few weeks? The cooler weather has made it easy to have a false sense of security about our Valley’s air quality and climate change risks.
County Clerk Brandi Orth made a presentation to the Board of Supervisors in February regarding the election procedures for the 2020 elections. This was a preliminary report on the possible ways to conduct the primary and general elections.
You can enroll in the Citizens Police Academy and for one day a week for 15 weeks learn all about the department, visit and shoot at the gun range, mingle with police dogs and even allow them to “attack” you if you are so inclined.
Voter Services continues to work elections and so the report for the 2018 general election is not yet complete but as of now here is the Voter Services Report from Liz Shields and observations from two Elections Observers:
TRANSFORMATION JOURNEY by Marianne Kast When we hosted a regional meeting with Helen Hutchison, LWV CA President, recently, she outlined some of the barriers to the League’s process of moving successfully into its second century of existe