The League of Women Voters, a non-partisan political organization, encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy.
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On March 3, the Los Angeles League participated in a press conference at The California Endowment to discuss issues related to voting and how to increase voter turnout. Following the conference, all six candidates for Secretary of State participated in a candidate forum. The forum will be broadcast on Channel 36 (program listing). See pictures from the event here.
Check out the Informed Voters Project. This is a sub-project collaboration with the K-12 Civic Learning Task Force and the LWVUS. Check out their site for more information.
The National Association of Women Judges and California Justice McConnell have partnered with Justice Sandra Day O'Connor to produce a powerful video called: Fair and Free on Judicial Elections. You can watch the video by going to the Informed Voters Project website, or clicking here.
Our Work at the National Level in 2013 Here are just 10 of the countless ways that the League of Women Voters has helped to strengthen our democracy in 2013 at the national level.
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Last revised: March 7, 2014 16:55 PST.