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Candidates Night 2018

2018 Candidates Night

Moderator Elizabeth Foster-Nolan and Steering Committee Chair Elizabeth Danis led the program for the 2018 Candidates Night.

100% Renewable

"On the Path to 100% Renewable Energy” Forum

At the LWV Hingham's table Carolyn Locke talks with attendee at event held at Glastonbury Abbey

 

Member Wine and Cheese 2017

“Sip and Chat” Gathering

LWV Hingham members Lisa Stein, Nancy MacDonald, and Julie Strehle enjoy the chance to get caught up.

Members Only Forum with Planning Board

LWV Hingham Member Forum

Hingham Planning Board member, Gordon Carr, with LWV Hingham’s Elizabeth Danis, updated members on potential Town Warrant issues.

Hingham Members attend  Day on the Hill

2017 LWV Massachusetts "Day on the Hill"

Nina Wellford-Price, Anne Fanton, Elizabeth Danis of LWV Hingham joined other LWV MA participants at the Massachusetts State House on Beacon Hill.

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The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging the informed and active participation of citizens in government. It influences public policy through education and advocacy.

LWVMA Move 2018

Voting is a right and a responsibility of citizens in a democracy. 

The League of Women Voters of Massachusetts empowers Massachusetts voters with comprehensive information about voting, elections and candidates to help all citizens participate fully.

The 2018 Voters' Guide was created in order to assist informed, active participation by all Massachusetts voters in this election cycle.

Welcome to the “Well Informed Voter Calendar.” This is a month-by-month guide to key dates, resources for voters and processes for 2018 and 2019 including:

  • Town meeting
  • Town election
  • Primary Elections
  • General Elections 

The calendar also suggests opportunities for citizens to get more involved in Town government. 

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