In This Issue:
- “Be a Voter” Campaign a Finalist for LWVUS Powering Democracy Award
- The 2022 LWVWA Council Is Almost Here!
- LWVWA Sends Pro-Choice Letter to Legislators
- The Shoreline Management Act at 50-Plus
- Help Wanted
- Updates from the National League
- League Calendar
“Be a Voter” Campaign a Finalist for LWVUS Powering Democracy Award
The LWVWA’s “Be a Voter” campaign was selected as a finalist in the LWV of the United States Powering Democracy Award, which will be announced on June 26 at the national convention. Learn more.
LWVWA Sends Pro-Choice Letter to Legislators
Washington State is in a unique position regarding reproductive choice compared to many other states. In order to reinforce how important this is, in May, LWVWA President Lunell Haught sent a letter about reproductive choice to each Washington state senator and representative. Read the letter.
The Shoreline Management Act at 50-Plus
The LWVWA has completed a study of the state Shoreline Management Act (SMA) and its implementation Read about the League’s latest study.
The following are volunteer roles the LWV of Washington is seeking help with. This is your opportunity to play an important part in your state League! Learn more.
Updates from the National League
League actions around the country, and action updates. Read about what the LWVUS is doing.
Monday, June 6—Civics Bowl, student tournament, 7 p.m. on KSPS PBS (Spokane) and available the next day on KSPS.org.
Tuesday, June 7— Redistricting Reform Discussion: Input and Access, 5 p.m. Registration.
Friday, June 10–Sunday, June 12—2022 LWVWA Council, Delta Hotel, Everett, WA. Information.
Monday, June 13—Solar Power in Kitsap, presented by the LWV of Kitsap Climate Solutions Committee, 7 p.m.; Greg Williams with Sunergy Systems will speak about solar power. Registration.
Thursday, June 23–Sunday, June 26—2022 LWVUS National Convention, information and registration.
Wednesday, June 29—Bridging the Gap: Juneteenth and the 4th of July, 6 p.m.–8:30 p.m., co-partnered with the LWV of Snohomish County, Edmonds Center for the Arts; general admission free. Registration.
Note: The Voter will be on summer hiatus in July and August. TMIL will be published on its regular schedule the third Friday in June, July, and August. The Voter will return on September 2, 2022 (deadline August 28).
Our mailing address is: League of Women Voters of Washington 1511 3rd Ave., Suite 900 Seattle, WA 98101