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The League Centennial

The League celebrated 100 years on February 14th!   

League Members with Volunteer dressed as Suffragette and wearing a Votes For Women Sash

Celebrating

Votes For Women

Registering voters at the Transit Center on National Voter Registration Day

Empowering Voters

Defending Democracy

Mason County Board Members at a board retreat don a variety of hats to signifying the many hats they wear, the roles they have taken on, as League board members.

Our Board Wears Many Hats

LWV Mason County Board Retreat

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Mason League members as a monthly membership meeting

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Mason County

We are all equal at the ballot box, but only if we vote. The League of Women Voters engages millions of voters every year ensuring Americans have the information they need to participate in elections that determine our future.

BE VOTE READY
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#BeVoteReady encourages Mason County residents to be proactive in preparing for the November 3, 2020 General Election.  Click open # Be Vote Ready

VOTER REGISTRATION
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National Voter Registration Day is September 22.

The Mason County League of Women Voters is hosting three Voter Registration events in September and October

Candidate Forum
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  1. The Washington State League of Women Voters is holding state wide candidate forums for the  general election. Some debates will be aired live; others will be recorded.  The Forums Page will

Position

Virginia Case: "In these trying times, the League’s commitment to democracy requires us to speak out against racism and violence. I hope you will join me in this commitment by doing the work required of us to be an anti-racist organization".
Your Vote Is Your Voice
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VOTE411 IS commited to ensuring voters have the information they need to succesfully participate in every election.

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Please use the Voter Services tab to find links to Voter Information, Candidate Information, and Security of Vote-by-Mail Elections. Our Events Calendar has dates of upcoming candidate forums and voter education events.

Climate Change
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In the second part of a two part series published in The Shelton- Mason County Journal, Kirk Boxleitner delves into Nick Manning's report on the link between Climate Change and the Health of a Community.

Lieutenant Governor Primary Forum
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This four part series put on by the KCBA Public Policy Initiative and Reform Subcommittee will cover the referendum and initiative process in Washington, E-Signature Gathering, Judicial Review and Quality Control Options, Legislative Reforms

Climate Change
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Kurt Boxleitner from The Shelton- Mason County Journal reported on the meeting in this article from August 20

Vote-By-Mail

Vote-by-mail is an essential way for voters to stay safe while exercising their right to choose who governs them (Harwood, Matthew. “Why a Vote-by-Mail Option is Necessary.” Brennan Center for Justice.; April 7, 2020).

Candidates speak at League of Women Voters Candidate Forum

Elections impact every aspect of our lives, and we all need to weigh in. Our members equip voters with essential information by hosting community events, such as candidate forums. These forums allow voters to hear directly from candidates who will appear on their ballots.

Join the League. Everyone is welcome!

As a member, you will:

  • Have the opportunity to participate in local, state, and national League work
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LWV is an organization fully committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion in principle and in practice. Diversity, equity, and inclusion are central to the organization’s current and future success in engaging all individuals, households, communities, and policy makers in creating a more perfect democracy.