Voter Service Committee

Voter Service Committee

                            Candidates Night    




Candidates Night of Spring 2019 produced with FCTV

 Voting is the central right and responsibility of every citizen in our democracy.  The charge of the Voter Service Committee is to encourage all citizens to vote and become active participants in their government and to provide citizens with unbiased, non-partisan, factual information that can be used in reaching their individual voting decisions. 

  The Voter Service Committee: 

  • Educates the public about local elections and local candidates.
  • Organizes Candidates Nights.
  • Organizes voter registration campaigns.
  • Makes available registration and voting information via brochures, public announcements, the League website, and participation in community events.

  Some of the Voter Service Committee activities in the past year were: 

  • Candidates Night prior to the 2018 mid-term elections.  Jointly sponsored by FCTV, the event included candidates for U.S. Congress, MA State Senate, Governor’s Council and Barnstable County Commission.
  • Spring Candidates Night prior to Town elections.  Co-sponsored by FCTV, this event provides a forum for candidates in contested races for Town office to present their positions and also encourages uncontested candidates to present themselves briefly to the audience.
  • Assisted the Town Clerk in November and April with checking in Town Meeting members and distributing their electronic devices.
  • Continued the tradition of offering voter registration and education to high-school seniors at their May graduation rehearsal.
  • Participated in Engage Falmouth’s January Volunteer Fair, “Cross-Pollinating” ideas with other civic organizations. 

 The committee would welcome new members.                                               Jenny Putnam, Chair

                                                                                                                         Jenny Putnam



Committee Contact
Contact Name: 
Carol McKeon, Chair; Alice Carey, Marcia Easterling, Judy Fenwick, Olivann Hobbie,Judy Stetson, Sylvia Szulkin and Joanne Treistman
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Community Painting Day
Event Date: 
Oct 10 2020 (All day)
Event location: 

Peg Noonan Park

Vote Contest Creative Winner
Event Date: 
Oct 20 2020 (All day)
Event location: 


Open to all students at Falmouth High School and Falmouth Academy. Prizes awarded.

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Empty Chair Policy

League of Women Voters of Falmouth

Adopted 8/8/20

Candidate forums for primary, special and general elections are part of the League of Women Voters’ 100-year old tradition of helping voters obtain information about candidates’ stands on issues.  The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan, political nonprofit organization that strives to protect citizens’ voting rights and deliver unbiased education to voters.

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Candidates Night 2020
Event Date: 
May 6 2020 - 7:00pm
Event location: 

Falmouth Community TV (FCTV) Channel 13


LWV Fair Maps Picture of Leaguers holding signs
Event Date: 
Nov 21 2019 - 7:00pm
Event location: 

Hermann Room, Falmouth Public Library

In June 2019, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that partisan gerrymandering is a political question because no fair test exists for courts to determine when partisan gerrymandering has gone too far.