To Do List
- Don’t miss all the legislative action! Sign up to receive the LWVWA Legislative Newsletter, and follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for Action Alerts.
- Roses are red, violets are blue—there may be a ballot waiting for you! The next election is February 14th. Not all districts will have items on the ballot, so go to VoteWA.gov and find out if you should expect some very special mail!
- We’re starting up a periodic 101 series on social media, answering your burning questions about the League, elections, and state government. Submit your questions and we’ll try to get you (and all of WA) some answers!.
2.6 – 2.11 MON-FRI | Democracy Lobby Week
Attend Democracy Lobby Week, jointly sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Washington and Fix Democracy First. Learn more and register here.
2.14 TUES | Happy 103rd Birthday to the League
We’re very excited about the democracy work we’ve done in our first 103 years, as well as for the work we will continue to do!
Around the League
The inside scoop on Democracy Lobby Week with LWVWA and Fix Democracy First
The League of Women Voters of Washington and Fix Democracy First are teaming up again for Democracy Lobby Week and other advocacy events during the 2023 Legislative Session. The groups have a long history of partnership, share common interests, work well together, and have adapted from an in-person lobby day on the Hill to a virtual format that lasts an entire week. Learn a little bit more about what to expect from Democracy Lobby Week and how we work together.
The Washington State Legislative Page Program
Learn about how the League of Women Voters of Clallam County partnered with the Boys & Girls Club to send students to Olympia as legislative pages.
The League on the Air
Did you know that LWV Snohomish County has a radio show and podcast? Tune in monthly to Magazine on the Air for discussions of current issues, on topics that range from healthcare to running for office and everything in between!
Observer Corps Success
The LWV of the San Juans started an Observer Corps last year to help keep the public informed about what happens within the local government.
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