What is a Position?

The League of Women Voters takes action on an issue only when we have a position addressing that particular issue. Members must study and come to consensus on an issue, in order to form a position. This thorough grassroots process ensures that our advocacy is well considered by a broad range of people, understood by our members, and we have a sense of the political environment.

Piedmont Positions

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Position taken in 1992 regarding the support of a Disaster Preparedness Plan for Piedmont.

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Position taken in 2000 regarding diversity and pluralism.

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Position taken in 1948 regarding the Piedmont Unified School District.

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Position taken in 1992 regarding affordable housing in Piedmont.

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Position taken in 1995 to support the availability of free, publicly supported library services for all Piedmont citizens.

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Position taken in 2016 regarding the selection process for the Mayor of Piedmont and transparency in local government.

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Position taken in 1985 regarding open space in Piedmont.

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Position taken in 1991 regarding the planning process in Piedmont.
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