LWVMA

The League of Women Voters has played a key role in influencing national, state, and local government policy since the League’s founding in 1920.
Here in Massachusetts, the state League advocates for our legislative priorities on Beacon Hill. As a grassroots organization, we depend on our members to act as citizen lobbyists to make our voice heard on important issues of public policy.

The League of Women Voters supports single payer bills in hearings by the Joint Committee on Health Care Financing.

The League of Women Voters of Massachusetts is weighing in on bills dealing with civics education before the current session of the Massachusetts General Court.

Details of LWVMA's analysis of S.215/H.2016 "An Act to promote and enhance civic engagement" before the 191st General Court (2017).

Testimony given by Co-President Cynthia Brubaker on behalf of LWV of Amherst at a hearing of the Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women on October 22, 2014 at Holyoke Community College.

Four ballot questions will be on the statewide ballot November 4. The Massachusetts League of Women Voters has positions on three of the four.

Last November, some voters in Massachusetts had to wait hours to cast their vote and many others did not vote due to our out-dated voter registration system. This must change.  It is time to pass comprehensive election reform legislation -- including election audits, pre-registration for 16 and 17 year-olds, online voter registration, Election Day Registration and more.  Please call your representatives today.

Please support election modernization legislation in 2013.

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