Publications

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

January 2018 version of the LWVA Policies and Guidelines

A guide to your elected officials prepared by the League of Women Voters of Amherst.

Position adopted by LWVA in 2003.

Statements as supplied for the Election Guide to be published by the League of Women Voters of Amherst.  Additional candidates may appear on your ballot.

Statements as supplied for the Election Guide to be published by the League of Women Voters of Amherst.

LWV Amherst's conclusions about the eleven questions posed by the LWVMA charter school study committee. For details and background information about these questions, see https://lwvma.org/member-resources/charter-school-study/.

Annenberg Foundation examines charter school governance in Massachusetts

Note: The voters of Georgia declined to amend the constitution to allow state control of public schools, 60-40%, in November 2016. (Mentioned on p. 1 of this report, released before the election.)

Two public talks sponsored by the Amherst League of Women Voters.

Many of us want renewable energy, but how do we get there from here? What infrastructure will be required and how will it be paid for? Solutions are not easy and hard choices will have to be made.

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