Established in 1920, the League of Women Voters is a national, grassroots, non-partisan political organization. Its members--men and women--are committed to making democracy work.
League of Women Voters
63rd ANNUAL MEETING
Tuesday, May 28th – 6 to 9 PM
Jill Van Buren, Benton County
Elections Supervisor (retired)
Dinner Reservation due May 21
Legislative Town Hall Meeting
Saturday: June 1
TAKE ACTION on Voting Rights, Gun Control, Environmental Protection, Climate Change, and other national issues
Ballots due in by 8:00 PM Tuesday, MAY 21
Drop Box Locations
LWV of the United States’ Position on Privatization of Government Services –read it here.
Read about the Remand of Creekside Proposal and Annual Meeting in the MAY Newsletter.
free hit counter