To Do List
- Make sure you and your friends and family are #VoteReady for November 8th!
- Regularly check Vote411 and the LWVWA website for updates on candidate forums and debates in your area. Most will occur in October.
- Are you interested in serving on the LWVWA board? Do you know someone who might be? The LWVWA Nominating Committee invites you to learn more about this opportunity.
- Participate in YOUR democracy by sharing your opinions with state agencies like the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT).
9.20 TUE | National Voter Registration Day
National Voter Registration Day is September 20—make sure to check your registration!
9.20 TUE | Public Forum Featuring Candidates for Mason County Auditor, Assessor, and Clerk
Join the LWV of Mason County for this Forum featuring candidates for Mason County Auditor, Assessor, and Clerk. Learn more.
9.24 SAT | The Shoreline Management Act At 50+ Years
Learn about the LWVWA Shoreline Management Act (SMA) Study on September 24, 10:30 a.m. – 12 p.m. This informative event is open to the public and vital to residents across the state, as the SMA applies to all areas of the state, since it covers virtually all of the state’s coastal shorelines, rivers, streams, lakes, and wetlands.
Around the League
Welcome to The Evergreen Voter! LWVWA has moved to a new email service provider and with that, we’re updating our monthly newsletter. We welcome newsletter submissions from League members, government agencies, and coalition partners—email email@example.com with your events and articles
The League at Large
Washington League members have made huge impacts over the years on many important regional issues. LWVWA President Lunell Haught writes about how two of these issues, the Columbia River Treaty and the Hanford Nuclear Site cleanup exemplify our commitment to democracy, diversity, equity, and inclusion, and care for all.
The Shoreline Management Act at 50+ Years
LWVWA has recently completed a study on the Washington State Shoreline Management Act (SMA), one of the first environmental laws passed in our state. It regulates the development and uses of shorelines, and provides for public access to shorelines. Our new study analyzes its effectiveness over the past 50 years..
LWVUS Joins Call to Protect Old Growth Forests
LWVUS and 110+ other organizations sent a letter in support of protecting old growth forests to the Secretaries of the Department of Agriculture and the Department of the Interior. The Washington Department of Natural Resources has more information about these forests, their locations, and how they are identified and managed within our state.
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