Empowering Voters. Defending Democracy    JOINDONATE
Empowering Voters. Defending Democracy    JOINDONATE

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All members are invited to join Google Group to work on this issue. At the LWVUS Convention in Denver, the topic of Immigration Reform and LWVUS Advocacy was the focus of both a caucus and a resolution.  The Immigration Reform and LWVUS Advocacy resolution was sponsored by a broad group of LWV members from across...
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Nancy Rosenthal, VP for Voter Services, nancyrosenthal9@gmail.com Now is the time for Leagues to execute what we do so well: registering new voters by October 14th, handling absentee ballot requests timely, GOTV during early voting October 29th –November 6th, and having candidate forums where we collaborate with neighboring Leagues and other organizations! National Voter Registration Day (NVRD)...
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  The new Legal Center on LWV.org showcases where the League is fighting for voters’ rights and civil rights in courts around the country. CHECK OUT THE LEGAL CENTER We’ve launched the center with a number of important historic and active cases on our docket, and we’ll continue to build out the center with our...
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New web-based case library showcases the organization’s litigation work in the federal courts. WASHINGTON — The League of Women Voters of the United States is thrilled to announce the launch of its new Legal Center on the organization’s website, LWV.org. The center showcases the League’s legal work in federal courts from across the country. As one of...
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Albany County The Albany County League recently visited Eleanor Roosevelt National Historic Site at Val-Kill in Hyde Park, New York. Members toured the site and listened to a presentation by Supervisory Park Ranger Franceska Macsali Urbinon on Eleanor Roosevelt’s development as a crusader for social reform through her friendships with women activists of the 1920s...
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Regina Tillman, 3rd Vice President for DEI, rmt370@gmail.com, and Crystal Joseph, DEI Task Force Co-Chair, campus@lwvnyc.org Good fortune smiled upon us and we easily scored a rescheduling of the workshop that had originally been planned for April. Remarkably, both Kimberlee Yolanda Williams and Debby Irving – as featured co-presenters – were available on a date...
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Crystal Joseph, campus@lwvnyc.org, and Nick Doran, ndoran33@gmail.com Welcome back to another school year and great opportunities on the horizon with our Leagues. This summer our youth steering committee used all the input from this year’s regional training to craft a resource page on our state website. In many cases, you will notice that all of the successful programs...
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Vote411.org goes live October 1st. Please urge candidates in your League’s area to respond so that voters can be educated and informed on all candidates running for office. The state League will email all members a flyer on Oct. 3 – we ask you all to print it out and post it in your neighborhood or community
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Jane Colvin (LWVNYS Board Member), janecolvin914@aol.com Hello! My name is Jane Colvin and I’m one of five members of the 2022 LWVUS UN Observer Team appointed by President Deborah Turner. I am delighted and honored to be a part of the League’s long and distinguished history with the UN which began in 1945 when President...
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