Massachusetts Election Reforms 2015-16: A Guide for Local Leagues

Prepared as background material for the Amherst Area Chamber of Commerce awards banquet on October 1, 2015, at which LWVA received the Chamber's Community Service award.

See also the interview with former League president Cynthia Brubaker.

The Amherst and the Northampton Leagues of Women Voters prepared a joint statement for the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) urging the delay of any decision about the proposed Kinder Morgan / Tennessee Gas Company (TGP) pipeline.

Presented at the hearing sponsored by the Department of Public Utilities at the Greenfield Middle School on June 11, 2015. Following a request by Senate President Stanley Rosenberg, the hearing was scheduled to allow citizens in Western Massachusetts the opportunity to publically comment on the petition by Berkshire Gas for approval of a long-term supply agreement with Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co., the developer of the proposed Northeast Energy Direct pipeline. 

The 2015 edition of They Represent You, updated to reflect the results of the 2015. Contact information for all Town of Amherst elected officials in included, as well as state and federal officials.

2015 Edition

LWVA positions and other information about the League.

This booklet, prepared for the for the 75th anniversary celebration on March 1, 2015, includes a history of the first 75 years of the League of Women Voters of Amherst.

2016 Edition of the Bylaws of the League of Women Voters of Amherst.

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.

April 2017 draft only.