The September issue of LWV-VA Virginia Voter is not the only thing packed with a lot of important information! Time is quickly running out for registering for the 2019 LWV-VA Leadership Workshops and there will be a lot of great …Continue reading →
ELECTION INFORMATION YOU NEED UPGRADES AHEAD OF 2020 ELECTION CYCLE WASHINGTON – The League of Women Voters is proud to announce the newly redesigned VOTE411.org, the most trusted nonpartisan election website used by more than five million voters in 2018. Continue reading here: …Continue reading →
Presidential General Election Voters’ Guide In collaboration with some wonderful League volunteers from Maryland, LWVEF has again asked the candidates running for President to provide answers to some of the most pressing public policy questions. Those candidates that meet LWVEF’s criteria …Continue reading →
Tools to help you be ready from LWVUS: 2019 Election Season Social Media Materials As elections season continues, we’ll continue to roll out new content, and will be updating this resource accordingly. Bookmark this page and check back often! https://is.gd/cFZHJa?fbclid=IwAR29c7oBgDZ_oW4aQ47BS6hiALu_QiymZhzmrbXzUs0NeWzA61KhVafwJb0 …Continue reading →
Be sure to go to our Facebook event and indicate if you are coming or interested so that networking can get started now. https://www.facebook.com/events/406663626610618/ Alicia Gurrieri Alicia Gurrieri is an Organizer for the League of Women Voters national office where …Continue reading →
Statement by Carol Noggle at VSCC Hearing: Links to videos: August 19th August 20th Re: Goals of the Virginia Crime Commission and objectives for legislation Mr. Chairman and Members, You have been given …Continue reading →
Morgan Johns’ testimony before the Virginia State Crime Commission hearings on proposed Gun Safety Legislation. Here is her statement: Links to videos: August 19th August 20th Good afternoon, My name is Morgan …Continue reading →
President Deb Wake represented the League of Women Voters® of Virginia during the public comments session of the Virginia State Crime Commission hearings on proposed Gun Safety Legislation. Here is her statement: Links to videos: August 19th …Continue reading →
Take a look at the new VOTE411.org website (https://www.vote411.org/) and start thinking about things you can do to help citizens use it effectively. People have gotten used to a certain look and now that it has changed, there may be some confusion and frustration.
When you are at events, be sure to have phones, tablets, or laptops available so that you can show it to folks and see if they have any questions. But, before you do that, take a few minutes to run through it yourself and see what has changed.