From LWV, Secretary of State, and more.
The League of Women Voters of Massachusetts (LWVMA) has taken no position on three of the four 2022 statewide ballot questions, but supports a "yes" vote on Question #4.
from the League of Women Voters, the Secretary of the Commonwealth, and local Town Clerks.
If you would like to participate please email Phyllis Lehrer or call 253-5179.
Cashiers and shelvers are needed during the book sale, July 29-31 and August 5-6. Sign up here.
Delegates to the biannual LWVUS Convention, held in Denver and on line June 23-26, 2002, made a number of bylaws changes and concurred with two positions developed at the state level.
Drop in anytime, 9-2 M-Sat. Better yet, sign up to chair a session!
In May 2022, the LWVA Grant committee awarded its first grant, $1000 to the ARHS Restorative Program.
May 22 welcome to Amherst for three exceptional individuals. Pictures!
LWVA's annual meeting will be on line, June 2 at 7 p.m. Registration is required.