Lawrence-Douglas County

Lawrence-Douglas County

Because democracy is not a spectator sport!

The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging informed and active participation in government. We influence public policy through education and advocacy.

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We could all do with “a little more love in our hearts,” right? I am trying to build that in to my daily communications this year! 

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Helen Fluker Open and Accessible Government Award

Since 1999, the League of Women Voters of Lawrence-Douglas County has honored a fellow citizen with the Helen Fluker Open and Accessible Government Award.

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Dear League Friend:

We need your financial support to continue our voting rights work!

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Contact Committee Chairs to Hold Hearings on Transparency, Voting Rights, and Medicaid Expansion Bills

Naturalization Ceremony May 2018
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Post election voter registration has been pretty quiet. The totals reported to the Kansas State LWV for activating from April 1st through November is as follows:

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Melissa Wick, our Voter Services Chair and Treasurer, was presented the Service to Mankind Award by League member Betty Bunce and Sertoma Treasurer Rob Gillespie. We were thrilled as they surprised her at the holiday party in December!

Check out this Journalism History podcast, with 5 episodes focused on suffrage! http://journalismhistorypodcast.podbean.com

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Please check out the video from our Voter Education Candidate Forum held on October 7.

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It's your birthday! Consider raising money for the League of Women Voters with a birthday fundraiser on Facebook.  Your friends can honor your next trip around the sun with a contribution to a cause that means the world to you.

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More than 1,000 league members from throughout the country attended the 53rd National LWV Convention in Chicago June 20-July 1. Representing our League were Kristin Salmans, Debra Duncan, Cille King, and Marlene Merrill.

Stuckey Scholarship 2018
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Sandhya Ravikumar, a graduate of Free State High School, is the recipient of the 2018 League of Women Voters of Lawrence/Douglas County Spring 2018 Mabel Stuckey Scholarship.