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League volunteers with Registrar of Voters
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LWVSJC volunteers at the August 26, 2019 High School Voter Registration event, with Melinda Dubroff, San Joaquin County Registrar of Voters.

LWVSJC Kickoff Meeting 2019 with Mayor Michael Tubbs
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This year's LWVSJC Kickoff meeting focused on homelessness and included presentations from SJ Housing Authority, Homeless Initiatives San Joaquin, and Stockton Mayor Michael Tubbs.

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The League Joins Partners in Solidarity and Action Statement Against White Supremacy

groups in SJC partnered based on interest in the Groundwater Sustainability Plan (GSP)
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The Groundwater Sustainability Plan (GSP) will form the legal framework for resolving groundwater issues affecting cities, agriculture, and domestic well-users in San Joaquin County.

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On February 14, 2019 on behalf of LWVC and LWVSJC, Cate White and Bea Lingenfelter interviewed Assembly Member Heath Flora (District 12).

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Public Statement

Voting rights advocates call on the state legislature to mandate safe, accessible in-person voting locations and to appropriate funds necessary to make California’s November 2020 election a success

League of Women Voters Staff Top 5 Influential Women
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Changes to our voting process must be done in ways to voters who are already underrepresented in our democratic system. Make a gift and it will be matched!!

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We are working on a set of recommendations to achieve a successful presidential election in California.

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Our coalition submits more than 1.7 million signatures of support and our initiative will now qualify for the November 2020 ballot