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Positions taken by the League of Women Voters Montana on issues affecting state and local government.

When long-time League member Winona Smith passed away, using bequests in her memory, the League established within the education fund a memorial scholarship in her honor. The scholarship was a natural outgrowth of Winona’s devotion to Vermont’s school children and her commitment to civic engagement. During her career, Winona had devoted her energies to ensuring that Vermont students received the best possible education. After high school, she wanted them to have the means to continue that learning beyond secondary schooling.

scan of newspaper photo of Nikki Keyes, founder of the LWV Vermont Education FundEducation has long been an important matter for the League of Women Voters of Vermont.

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For the first time since 2009, the June Carmichael Award for outstanding service to the League was presented, to Karen Bufka from the Northeast Kingdom group.

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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.
League Members meeting with Governor Scott in March 2017

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League Members meeting with Governor Scott in March 2017

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The LWVUS has requested that members contact the FEC to request that they act immediately to put forward updated regulations that require online campaign ads to include disclaimers letting people know who is funding them, just like television and print ads.

League members assist with a mock elction at Claremont High School to encourage voter engagement.

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The League of Women Voters of Diablo Valley conducts voter service and citizen education activities. It is a nonpartisan nonprofit public policy organization, which:

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