The LWVA Election Guide will be published in the October 29 Amherst Bulletin. See also the Amherst Affordable Housing Coalition web site. (LWVA is a member of this coalition.)
The League of Women Voters of Amherst, in cooperation with with Amherst Media, will conduct Candidate Forums for all contested races in the upcoming Amherst municipal election.
Five western Massachusetts Leagues sent a letter to Massachusetts AG Martha Healey. Recording of TUE hearing 7/30/21
A recording of the keynote speech by Representative Liz Miranda is now available.
The Amherst League of Women Voters and its Racial Justice Task Force has sent a letter supporting the continuation of the Community Safety Working Group.
Expanding the Table: Making Democracy Work for Everyone. Open to all League members. More information and registration.
The League of Women Voters of Amherst has released a report with suggestions to support the Town Resolution on Racial Equity in seeking greater diversity on Town committees, boards, commissions, and Town staff.
The Special Joint Committee on Redistricting will hold a virtual hearing for residents of the 2nd Congressional District on May 24 at 5:30 p.m. To stream it live, go to event page at malegislature.gov.
LWVMA is supporting, advocating for, and encouraging our members to advocate for the VOTES Act, H.805/S.459.
The series on affordable housing in Amherst continues with a forum on Racial Equity and Housing, Tuesday, April 20, at 6:30. Go to bit.ly/racialequityandhousing to join on Zoom.