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National’s twitter feed – https://twitter.com/LWV – was great at giving still available updates of votes in the plenary session and I was posting votes to our Facebook page from the convention floor, https://www.facebook.com/LWVArlington/. However, I would like to take you … Continue reading →
Photos of Virginia Delegates at Convention. (photos by Linda Garvelink) … Continue reading →
What does National Popular Vote Mean? Every vote for the president counts. In every state that adopts the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact (NVPIC), with the exact wording, every electoral vote for that state will go to the presidential candidate … Continue reading →
If you missed the live streaming of this event, you can see it here. … Continue reading →
Giving teachers guns will NOT work. They are not trained to deal with active shooters, and it confuses police when they arrive on the scene of an active shooter. Student involvement is a huge opportunity. They want to ban assault … Continue reading →
Sorting out the truths, half-truths, and out right falsehoods isn’t easy! This video shared by LWV of Palo Alto! Thanks to them for this great resouce. … Continue reading →
Miss the live stream of the “Conversation on Redistricting”? You can watch it here! … Continue reading →
Redistricting is LWV’s number one legislative priority this year. On Thursday, June 28 at 8pm redistricting experts Nick Stephanopoulos and Ruth Greenwood will be speaking to LWVUS Convention attendees. The program will be live-streamed on LWV’s Facebook page. Before the … Continue reading →