Making Democracy Work in California

Making Democracy Work in California

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Advocacy of Instant Runoff Voting for single seat elections

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Support of measures that will reduce all barriers to the employment or promotion of a person except those based on merit.

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Support of measures that would sustain a balance of power between the Mayor and the City Council, strengthen direct lines of authority, and fix responsibility in City administration.

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Support for city guarantees and enforcement of provisions for local and citywide public, education and government access channels.

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Promote an open governmental system that is representative, accountable and responsive.

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The League of Women Voters of Connecticut believes that the political process must be open to all citizens and that the right to vote with confidence in the election process and with adequate information with which to make informed decisions must be guaranteed for all.
Vote with the League on the June 2018 ballot measures
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Vote with the League on June 5, 2018!

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Event Date: 
Jan 20 2018 - 3:00pm
Event location: 

Cedar Room, Lafayette Community Center

This month for our 3rd Saturday program on January 20th we will meet in the Cedar Room of the Lafayette Community Center to review our PROGRAM PRIORITIES and set our course for the next year.  Recommendations from this meeting will be sent to LWVU

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The LWVDV supports high standards for campaigns.

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The League of Women Voters of Santa Barbara supports the implementation of stricter guidelines for compensation establishment/increase for elected officials/appointed board and commission members. The League also support public knowledge of such changes.

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