Other Issues

Other Issues

From advancing health care to protecting the environment, voters care about many issues. We promote social and economic justice as well as the health and safety of all Americans to defend democracy.

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A defined procedure should be observed when any governmental body in Midland County considers whether a potential gift (e.g. bequest or donation) should be accepted by that body.


The League of Women Voters of Charlotte Mecklenburg members adopted positions regarding transportation, government, education, housing, social policy, environment/global climate change, healthcare reform and human trafficking.

Find ballot information at Vote411.org


National Leadership

information can be found at: http://www.whitehouse.gov/contact 

Current U.S. Senators - More information can be found at:  http://www.senate.gov


Action Alerts

For Tuesday, August 13th, the Hays County Commissioners Court has the locations of Vote Centers as Item #33 on their posted agenda. The item says "discussion and possible action to approve ...

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Event Date: 
Sep 14 2019 - 11:00am
Event location: 

CSU Sacramento

Share, learn, engage with other Task Force members around Northern California about climate change actions you can take back to your Local Leagues.Meet other climate folks from Leagues across NorCal

Join Us

Now is the time for membership renewal. If you have not already done so, we need you to renew your membership today. Whatever the level of your activity, you are essential to our League's strength and success.

You can help the League achieve its mission in several ways:

  1. Renew your membership today.

Fall Town Meeting will be held November 12th at the Lawrence School


The Town Clerk has posted information about Town Meeting on the Town of Falmouth website. Click here to access that Town Meeting Information.



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Blog Post

Affordable housing, available housing, any housing - housing writ large - is an overwhelming concern in our state and our community. Everyone responds in different ways. To find out more, I recently met with Lafayette’s Interim City Manager, Niroop Srivatsa.