Orange Coast

Orange Coast

The League of Women Voters of the United States encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy.

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Vote Centers Coming to Orange County in March 2020!

A Vote Center is more than a traditional polling place – it is an official satellite service center.  Cast your ballot at any location, stop by on the weekend, even register to vote, all within a few miles of where you live, work or play. 

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**NEW EDITION 8/1/2019** The VOTER Newsletter from the League of Women Voters Orange Coast is published every two months in PDF format. It contains information about the activities and meetings of our organization. See our latest issue here.

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Event Date: 
Oct 9 2019 - 10:30am
Event location: 

Orange County Friends Meetinghouse


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Event Date: 
Sep 19 2019 - 5:30am
Event location: 

US House of Representatives

UPDATE: The event was livestreamed on the national League's Facebook page at

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Help Orange County Get Counted

League members are urged to attend The Census Expo in Orange County

Thursday, September 19, 2019
Delhi Center, Santa Ana

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by: Becky Newman - League members are encouraged to attend this annual event on September 26 from 9-11 A.M. in Irvine.

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by: Step Oddo - LWV Orange Coast Members and other interested members of the public are encouraged to volunteer and help qualifying applicants to apply for citizenship.

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LWV Demands Immediate Action to Resolve the Inhumane Treatment for Asylum Seekers

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Member's Spotlight

**Updated 5/30/2019** Added Free Download of LWV's First Board of Directors.


**Updated 8/3/2019** Press Release from the OC Board of Supervisors
The League of Women Voters believes that when families or individuals cannot afford decent housing, government should provide assistance in the form of income and/or subsidized housing.

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More than 75% of Americans say they now believe that the lack of civility and respect in our country has reached a crisis level. In response to this crisis, the League of Women Voters supports and encourages civil discourse. Learn more about our league's efforts and sign up to receive the latest updates. Listen - Connect - Respect.


MEMBER ONLY PREVIEW **Updated 8/20**
MEMBER SPOTLIGHT: Phyllis Maywhort remembered, past LWV Orange Coast president passes
NEW EVENT: November 16, 2019 LWVC Climate Change Forum in San Diego
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