Redistricting

LWV WI Issues Briefing 2017
Event Date: 
Oct 28 2017 (All day)
Event location: 

Madison College, Truax Campus

Nearly 120 League members and friends attended LWV WI’s State Issues Briefing on October 28 at Madison College. Here are summaries and resources from the day of presentations and small group sessions.

Position

The LWVDV supports incorporation of separate communities within the San Ramon Valley. The SRV members of the LWVDV favor the incorporation of Alamo. 

Position

In favor of proportional representation in multi-seat districts, as a way of achieving both competitive elections and fair representation of both majorities and minorities within a district.

Position

Politicians should not be choosing their voters.
 
Ohio Issue 1: Creates a Bipartisan, Public Process for Drawing Congressional Districts
 

The League of Women Voters of the United States believes that congressional districts and government legislative bodies should be apportioned substantially on population. The League is convinced that this standard, established by the Supreme Court, should be maintained and the U.S. Constitution should not be amended to allow for consideration of factors other than population in apportionment. (Impact on Issues 2012-2014

Issues for Emphasis are adopted by our grassroots members during our biennial Convention.

The Voter 2005 Edition

 

THE VOTER: FEBRUARY 2005

February 2005 VOTER includes information on: Feb. 12 Membership meeting, Citizens of Achievement (April 10), League involvement in civic education, LWVC votes action priority for redistricting, FDA Morning-After pill decision delayed

 

The VOTER 2006 Edition

THE VOTER: JANUARY 2006

The VOTER 2008 Edition

THE VOTER: JANUARY 2008

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