Amherst League of Women Voters

A Voice for Citizens, a Force for Change
Sep
17
Opening Meeting

Amherst Woman's Club. Speaker: Holyoke Mayor Alex Morse on "Building a Dynamic Community".

Sep
21
Have We REALLY Come a Long Way, Baby?

47 High Point Drive. Speaker: Gabrielle Lachtrup on the issues facing young women today.

Oct
9
Amherst: How A Small Town Makes Big Things Happen

Town Room in the Town Hall. Jonathan Tucker, Amherst Planning Director.  

LWVMA Primary Election Voters Guide - Vote Sept. 9

The League of Women Voters of Massachusetts has developed a Guide - click here - for the primary election on Sept. 9, 2014, for the six statewide offices in Massachusetts:  Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Attorney General, Secretary of the Commonwealth, Treasurer and State Auditor. The Guide presents candidates' unedited responses to questions posed by LWVMA on issues facing each office. New England Public Radio offers  links to the candidates' campaign websites at http://nepr.net/voterguide/massachusetts/.

LWVA Co-President letter on racism

Did you see Kathy Vorwerk Feldman's letter to the editor in the Hampshire Gazetter 5/13 or the Amherst Bulletin 5/16? To read the text of "League of Women Voters offers help" click on http://www.gazettenet.com/search/11906160-95/katherine-e-vorwerk-amherst...

 

Revised 2014 Directory ‘They Represent You' Now Available

Important contact information is listed in They Represent You, the League's annual directory of elected town-wide officials and Town Meeting Members, U.S. and Massachusetts Senators and Representatives serving Amherst.  CLICK HERE for the PDF VERSION or find names and telephone numbers under the tabs 'Contact your Elected Officials' and 'Town Meeting'.    To request free copies of this useful publication contact LWVA at 413-253-0633 or email lwva@lwvamherst.org.  

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