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Photo of LWVNCSD delegation to the 2019 State Convention

Our LWVNCSD delegation to the 2019 California State Convention

We learned a lot and were inspired to take a more vital League into 2020.

A presentation on our County-wide study on Homelessness

A committee presentation on our County-wide study on Homelessness

We had a great turnout at our caucus at the recent California State Convention. We now have a taskforce focusing on this issue.

North County San Diego

Because democracy is not a spectator sport

The League of Women Voters does not support or oppose any political party or candidate. It is a political organization that encourages informed and active participation in government. It influences public policy through education and advocacy.

A graphic depicting the book titled "my way home"
Event Date: 
Aug 10 2019 - 10:00am
Event location: 

Carmel Valley Library

Join LWV San Diego and North County San Diego to learn more about us and our work and also meet a renowned local author. Hear from the presidents of each League about the state of our organizations and our plans for 2019-2020.

United States Census 2020
Research & Studies

The Constitution requires us to count every resident of the United States once a decade since 1790. The census shapes how political power and federal tax dollars are shared in the U.S. over each decade. It determines the number of congressional seats and Electoral College votes each state gets and guides how an estimated $880 billion a year in federal funding is distributed for schools, roads and other public services in local communities.

Photo Greg Anglea, Board President of Interfaith Community Services speaking at a press conference
News

The model is simple; a time of crisis is a time of change." Said Interfaith Community Services CEO Greg Anglea during a press conference held by Supervisor Fletcher on Monday March 25th.

Group holding signs for Schools and Communities First

Action Alerts

While big corporations have raked in record profits our schools, first responders, healthcare, and vital community services have been starved of funding.

In 2020, voters have a chance to change that.

June 2019 LWVNCSD VOTER Newsletter

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