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ABOUT THE LWVW


The League of Women Voters, a nonpartisan political organization encourages the informed and active participation of citizens in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influence public policy through education and advocacy.

The League of Women Voters has been steadily active through the years since its founding - always focused on voter services. Working on local, state and national issues, the local League had made its mark through study groups, consensus votes, local forums and debates.

Read through the LWVW history!

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  Coming up THIS WEEKEND -

The League's major fundraiser:


          WHAT'S COOKING?              

    A TOUR OF KITCHENS IN WINCHESTER             

 May 22, 2016, 12:00-4:00PM

     

Support the League of Women Voters and pick up a few design tips by visiting six noteworthy kitchens including creative restorations, additions, and adaptive reuse by local architects, builders, and interior designers.  Actual kitchen locations for your self guided tour will be provided when you purchase your ticket.
  • Tickets are now on sale at BOOK ENDS for $25 (cash or check only) and for $30 on the day of the tour (if available).  Space is limited so get your tickets TODAY!
  • Invite your friends to join you.
  • Be a house sitter for 2 hours.

If you can volunteer 2 hours of your time during the hours of 12 - 2 or 2 - 4, please email Marilyn Mullane, marilynmullane@me.com and let her know the shift you prefer.  We need a response by May 2.

 



The League of Women Voters is a  non-partisan organization that promotes civic engagement.  It is well known for its Day at the Races candidate forums, voter registration drives, and public programming to inform voters on local, state, and national issues.












MASSACHUSETTS ELECTION REFORMS 2015 - 16

On-Line Voter Registration

Effective:  June 2015

The law allows anyone with a driver's license or RMV issued ID to register to vote online   https://www.sec.state.ma.us/ovr/

Pre-Registration of 16 and 17 year- olds

Effective:  August 2016

The law allows 16 and 17 year- olds to register at the RMV, online, or using paper voter registration forms, and they will receive notification and automatically go on the voter rolls when they turn 18.

HAVE A QUESTION?

If you have any questions or comments about the League of Women Voters of Winchester or you just want to get in touch, please email our spokeswoman, Jo-Ann Michalak!



© 2013 League of Women Voters of Winchester

P.O. Box 1033
Winchester, Massachusetts 01890

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