League of Women Voters Las Vegas Valley never supports or opposes candidates for office, or political parties, and any use of the League of Women Voters name in campaign advertising or literature has not been authorized by the League.
The League of Women Voters of Las Vegas Valley is taking part in US League's Vote411.org Voter Guide program. Candidates have been invited to go to the website and enter their responses to several questions, as well as their contact information.
You can enter your address to find your polling place, build your ballot with our online voters' guideand much more! With our voters' guide you can see the races on your ballot, compare candidates' positions side-by-side, and print out a "ballot" indicating your preferences as a reminder and take it with you to the polls on Election Day.
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$32 goes to LWVUS
$15 goes to LWVNV
$8 stays with LWVLVV
LWVUS is currently
Fighting to restore the Voting Rights Act
Fighting to establish equity in pay
Fighting against Voter ID laws in court
Fighting against unlawful redistricting
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LWVNV funds its operating costs through its $15 of membership dues
LWVLVV funds our operating costs through our $8 of the membership dues
Our 2016-2017 meetings will be held on the third Saturday of each month except for December. Networking starts at 9:00 am, breakfast at 9:30 am and presentation at 10:00 am. We meet at the University United Methodist Church, 4412 South Maryland Parkway across from UNLV, between Flamingo and Tropicana. Ample parking available.
BONUS MEETING: Saturday September 10: The RTC (Regional Transportation Commission) will update us on the future of transportation in Southern Nevada. This meeting is completely free and open to the public. Coffee and donuts will be provided. But please RSVP so we have an idea of how many people to prepare for.
Saturday, September 17: Ballot Questions. Join us for round table discussions of the questions that will be on the ballot in November. Experts will be available to answer all your questions. For more information, click here.
Saturday, October 15: Judicial Selection. How are judges chosen in Nevada? Come learn about this topic. A special invitation will go out to judicial candidates so we can learn about the pros and cons of our system and other possible systems.
Thursday, October 20: Candidate Meet and Greet. Watch this space for more information.
Saturday, October 22: EARLY VOTING STARTS.
Saturday, November 19: An Overview of Social Services.
NOTE: All League Meetings are open to the public and we encourage active participation in our question-and-answer sessions.
League General Meetings are held the 3rd Saturday of the month, September through November, and January through April; sometimes a May meeting is scheduled.
Meetings start at 9:00 with check-in and social time, 9:30 breakfast and 10:00 program. There is a cost of $15 for a full breakfast. The meeting itself is free; coffee is available for a donation if you do not have breakfast.
We are proud to annouce that we have been chosen as Vegas Seven's Best Political Organization 2015. To quote the magazine: "The League of Women Voters of Las Vegas Valley succeeds where some other political organizations fail: Quite simply, they keep their members informed. In the past year, the League's local chapter, which was formed in 1964, greatly enhanced its profile by regularly sending updates on the Legislature, and recruiting key community members to speak at meetings about issues such as the voting system and solar energy. The group also engages with its audience on Facebook and Twitter (nonmembers are encouraged to glance at the League's social media accounts to keep tabson the progress - or lack thereof - on current issues)."
Thank you Vegas Seven!
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