The Virginia Voter Newsletters
The League of Women Voters of Virginia's newsletter, The Virginia Voter
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LWV-VA 2014 POSITIONED FOR ACTION
LWV-VA 2014 Positioned for Action - In brief [Read Here]
LWV-VA 2014 Positioned for Action - Full with History, as updated after the 2014 LWV-VA Council. [Read Here]
LWV-VA 2013 POSITIONED FOR ACTION
LWV-VA 2013 Positioned for Action - In brief [Read Here]
LWV-VA 2013 Positioned for Action - Full with History, as updated after the 2013 LWV-VA Convention. [Read Here]
LWV-VA LEGISLATIVE DIRECTORY FOR 2014
This directory is prepared annually by the League as a useful tool for contacting members of the General Assembly. View Here.
LWV-VA LEGISLATIVE GLOSSARY OF GENERAL ASSEMBLY LINGO
This brochure defines all the terms need to understand who the players are and what is going on in the General Assembly. Read Here.
LWV-VA WOMEN'S LEGISLATIVE ROUNDTABLE (WLRT)
This brochure provides an overview of the WLRT, what they do, why they do it, and how they do it, its history and rules. The Roundtable convenes Wednesdays when the General Assembly is in session afrom 8:30 + 9:30 a.m. Read Here.
LWV-VA CONSENSUS: WHAT IT IS AND HOW IT IS DETERMINED
This document covers the entire consensus process from "how it is developed" through "it is time for action." Read Here.
OTHER PUBLICATIONS OF NOTE
The American Voting Experience: Report and Recommendations of the Presidential Commission on Election Administration; January 2014 Click Here
LWVUS Impact on Issues: The 2012-2014 edition of the guide to the League's public policy postions Read Here. [Link http://lwv.org/content/impact-issues-online-edition]
LWVNCA Positions: Position of the LWV of the National Capital Area can be found on their website. Read Here.
2013 HAV (Healthcare for All Virginians) Factsheet: Virginia Should Expand Medicaid! It Pays f or Itself and Supports 30,000 Jobs! Read Here.
The Economic Impact of the Medicaid Expansion on Virginia's Economy: Chmura Economics & Analytics, 12/7/2012. Read Here.