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.

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The Voter's Guide that recently appeared in your Anton newspaper was published in conjunction with the League of Women Voters of Nassau County, which has a long and storied history of presenting voters with a non-partisan view of the candidates they can choose from on Election Day.

Anton was pleased to have the opportunity to partner with the League this election season in presenting to our many loyal readers their content. In our agreement with the League of Women Voters of Nassau County, it clearly states that under no circumstances should there be any political advertising contained in the presentation of their candidate profiles, specifically the Voter's Guide.

In our efforts to produce this guide for our readers, we did in fact include some political ads, which was a complete oversight of the rules we were presented with prior to publication. Anton also has a long and rich history in the marketplace, which we too are fiercely protective of. We sincerely apologize to the League of Women Voters of Nassau County for this mishap, and look forward to resuming the relationship we've enjoyed with them over the years.

2017 VOTERS GUIDE - CANDIDATE PROFILES

Time to meet the Candidates for the upcoming elections. Download your free copy of the Voter's Guide of Candidate Profiles today. An informed voter is the best voter.

2017 VOTERS GUIDE - CANDIDATE PROFILE

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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