Enjoy lunch with League while learning about Planned Parenthood's involvement with the California Healthy Youth Act and legislation. Reservation required by February 17, call Maggie at 714-289-1125 or LWV.COCA [at] gmail.com. $27 paid in advance, either online (credit card or PayPal), or $30 at the door. Check can be sent to LWV COCA, PO Box 10621, Santa Ana CA 92711.
All LWVSC Members are invited to join our League in accepting this proclamation from the City in honor of the 100th Anniversary of the League of Women Voters and for our voter education and engagement activities.
A member of the League for 25 years, Carol has served at both the local and state levels. For the past four years she served as Voter Service Director for LWVC. In addition to overseeing production of LWVC’s standard voter service materials, she curated and wrote content for Voter’s Edge, coordinated League’s part in the televised U.S. Senatorial candidate forum and coordinated League’s involvement in the California Channel Free Airtime Project in 2018. Carol served as program director for LWVC in the reproductive choices portfolio for three years prior to joining the state board.
In 1878, the U.S. Congress declared George Washington's birthday to be a federal holiday. The first observation was February 22, 1879. The Uniform Monday Holiday Act of 1970 changed the date of the holiday to the third Monday in February. This change means the holiday falls between February 15 and 21. The holiday goes by various names in U.S. States; in California, the holiday is called Presidents' Day.
A coalition of Neighborhood Councils will present a candidate forum in advance of the March 3 primary election for Los Angeles City Council District 4. The forum will be held at John Marshall High School, and students are expected to take part in the event. All candidates running for the seat have agreed to participate.
KPCC Senior Politics Reporter Libby Denkmann will moderate the event, and the League of Women Voters Los Angeles has been advising and will provide on-site support.
BUY TICKETS and come celebrate a century of the League of Women Voters with a Roaring 20s themed gala at The Woman’s Club in Claremont. Valentine’s Day with the League includes food, drinks, live jazz music, and a silent auction. All proceeds will go toward your local League’s work to create a more perfect democracy through education, voter services, outreach and action. 1920s or cocktail attire suggested.
In honor of the 100th Birthday of the League of Women Voters, the League is sponsoring a coordinated Day of Action to strengthen democracy. The League of Women Voters of Diablo Valley will focus on the issue of redistricting. The People Powered Fair Maps Campaign began in September 2019, and will continue through 2020 ahead of the 2021 redistricting cycle.