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Los Angeles, CA, February 5, 2015: Online voter education tool producer SeePolitical and the trusted League of Women Voters of Los Angeles Education Fund have partnered to create a short, animated video about March 3rd ballot Charter Amendments 1 and 2. The video is available in English and Spanish, and will be promoted through traditional and social media.

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Los Angeles, CA – The League of Women Voters of Los Angeles will host a luncheon with Los Angeles County Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky on June 14, 2014 at 12:00 p.m. at the UTLA Plaza, 3303 Wilshire Blvd., 2nd floor, Los Angeles, CA 90010.

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Los Angeles, CA – The Statewide Direct Primary Election on June 3 is just around the corner. Let’s work together to ensure that voters receive the information needed to get active. To provide Californians with accessible information, the League of Women Voters of Los Angeles (LWVLA) and League of Women Voters of Los Angeles County (LWV-LAC) have produced the Voter Guide for Los Angeles County (LWV- VG).

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LOS ANGELES, CA, April 13, 2014: The League of Women Voters of Los Angeles Education Fund, the League of Women Voters Los Angeles County and ONEgeneration will co-host a forum for all candidates contending for the Office of Sheriff in the June 3rd primary. All seven candidates have been invited to participate in a moderated forum of one hour and forty–five minutes, which is free to the public. There will be additional time to meet with the candidates after the forum.

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In response to a request from the Los Angeles City Ethics Commission for public feedback on the City's matching funds program, the League has urged the Commission to support Instant Runoff Voting for single winner elections.

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Los Angeles, CA – The League of Women Voters of Los Angeles will host two free regional meetings in Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley on the Affordable Care Act: What's Happening Now to California's Health Care System? The events will feature special guest speakers from Insure the Uninsured Project. Together we will examine the changes occurring in health care, including how to access the Exchange-Covered California.

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Los Angeles, CA – The League of Women Voters of Los Angeles will host a luncheon lunch with California Assemblymember Holly Mitchell, who represents the 54th State Assembly District. The event is on June 8, 2013 at 12:00 p.m.

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Los Angeles, CA – The general municipal election on May 21 is just around the corner. Let’s work together to ensure that voters receive the information needed to get active. Voters will have the opportunity to hear the candidates speak on the issues at two League hosted candidate forums. On May 8th, City Council District 13 candidates will participate in a candidate forum at Karapetian Hall. On May 10th, in collaboration with the Pat Brown Institute and KABC7, we will be hosting a L.A. Mayoral Runoff Election Candidate Forum on the California State University of Los Angeles campus. To provide Californians with accessible information, the LWVLA has created the Easy Voter Guide.

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Los Angeles, CA – The League of Women Voters Los Angeles' (LWVLA), Valley Unit, will be providing the Pros and Cons of the upcoming ballot measures for the March 5 Primary Election. Topics include a factual discussion of the City budget, ballot measures, city, school, and community college candidates.

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LA’s Winter Election has started! LWVLA: YES on A, Neutral on B

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