Leagues across the country are planning to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the League of Women Voters with a National Day of Action.
This year's March will be in Springfield. See the March website.
Census problems in Amherst are due to our large student numbers as well as other hard-to-count residents.
League members Nancy Eddy and Ellen Story spoke at "250 years of Democracy in Amherst" program, part of the Civics and Democracy series sponsored by the Jones Library.
A meeting on the 2020 Census was held at Town Hall on October 10. Speakers included Mindy Domb, Rep. Paul Mark (House Committee on Redistricting), and Georgia Lowe (US Census Bureau).
Two speakers from VoterChoiceMA speak about collecting signatures in support of statewide ballot initiatives.
A March 28th meeting of the Voter Participation Stakeholders' Roundtable focussed on ways to improve voter participation by students.
Nancy Eddy, a former Amherst selectman and the first president of the Massachusetts Municipal Association (MMA), will be honored during the opening session of the MMA's 40th Annual Meeting & Trade Show.
The League of Women Voters of Amherst will hold a local March For Our Lives on Saturday, March 24. We will gather at Kendrick Park on East Pleasant Street at 10 a.m. and march to the Town Common, where there will be voter registration, singing and speeches.
The League of Women Voters of Amherst was presented with the Amherst Area Chamber of Commerce’s Community Service Award at the Chamber’s annual dinner on October 1.
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