LWVA's annual meeting will be on line, June 2 at 7 p.m. Registration is required.
A map of the new precincts is available on the Town Clerk’s website. The majority of voters will vote at the same place as last year.
Progress amid rising construction costs.
The League of Women Voters of Massachusetts is taking no positions on the 2022 Massachusetts ballot questions. League members may advocate for or against these questions only as individuals.
LWVA offers a $1,000 scholarship to a graduating ARPS high school student. Application forms are in the HS guidance office.
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.