Making Democracy Work

AN INTER-LEAGUE ORGANIZATION OF NASSAU COUNTY

The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging informed and active participation in government. It influences public policy through education and advocacy.

Call us at 1-516-431-1628 or visit Voting New York for more information.
PRESCHEDULED - POST-ELECTION SUPPER - DECEMBER 7, 2018 @ 2 P.M.We will enjoy a light meal and a lively discussion With Commentary on the Election Results by Meena Bose, Executive Dean of Public Policy at Hofstra Michelle Schimel, Former NYS Assemblywoman, 16th A.D.

Meena Bose, Executive Dean of Public Policy, Hofstra University and Michelle Schimel, former NYS Assemblymember, will analyze the 2018 election and give us insight into why it went the way it did and what the potential effects might be. If you haven't yet sent your registration form and check, call the County League office at 516 431-1628 and let them know you are planning to attend. If you would like to carpool, contact Barbara Epstein: 516-221-1948 or epsteinb1@gmail.com.

Assessment and Transformation Roadmap

Change is coming at all of us faster and faster and we need to adapt or get left in the dust. You can read the full report by clicking here

The first half is an analysis of other "federated" (i.e three-level) organizations and how some organizations somewhat similar to the League have adapted.

The second half digs into the changes WE need to make. These include working more seamlessly across the three levels of the League, using technology better to increase our communication with ourselves and with those we want to involve or serve, lightening the routine workload of our volunteers so they can focus on our mission to "empower voters, defend democracy," and generally questioning "the League way" when comfortable old ways are holding us back.

Convention-Land, New Yorkers' Road Map to the Constitutional Convention

Convention-Land, New Yorkers' Road Map to the Constitutional Convention, Written by Blair Horner and Erin Marulli of the New York Public Interest Research Group Fund and Sally Robinson of the League of Women Voters of New York State. Available for download at http://www.nypirg.org.

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