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The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging the informed and active participation of citizens in government. It influences public policy through education and advocacy.
Election Protection / Creative Solutions for Increasing and Sustaining Voter Participation
Election Protection Forum Report
Election Protection Forum Video
(L-R) Carol Mattoon, LWV/NWMC; Gina Roberts, Arizona Clean Elections Commission; Helen Purcell, Maricopa County Recorder; Leslie Hoffman, Yavapai County Recorder; Lynn Constabile, Yavapai County Elections Director.
Bookmark Design Contest Winners
Bookmark Design Winners
Bookmark Design Honorable Mention
(L-R) Robyn Prud'Homme-Bauer, LWVAZ President; Carol Mattoon, LWV/NWMC Election Protection program coordinator; Sean McIntryre, 3rd place winner; Madison T. Clark, 2nd place winner; Patric Renzo Del Rosario, 1st place winner - all from Valley Vista High School.
A Voter's Guide to Understanding District and Charter School Budgets
White Paper: Exploring K-12 Education in Arizona - Revised February 2015
LWVAZ President Robyn Prud'Homme-Bauer, LWV/NWMC Civic Engagement Coordinator Barbara Knutson and LWV/NWMC 1st VP Rita Young attended the Arizona Department of Education's 2nd Annual Civic Learning Conference at Gateway Community College in Phoenix on Februay 26, 2015 with several of the 14 educators who received scholarships provided by the five Arizona Leagues to attend the conference.
Civic Engagement News Release
You Could Win a Vacation in this Show Low Home
2014-15 Issues for Emphasis
Considering End-of-Life Choices - The Oregon Model by LWVAZ members: Margot Champagne, Barbara Robertson, Kathy Schwarz, Barbara Klein, Valerie Ellien. October-November 2013.
The following link is to a hearing on the California aid in dying bill, which is worth watching. It is a little over an hour long, but both sides of the issue are very well presented.
California Aid in Dying Bill
LWVAZ White Paper - Strikers
This paper is background on the "strike-everything" amendments used in the AZ legislature. The process is legal, but is it in best interests of the voter? by Joan B. Novy
Striker - Gambit or Gimmick?
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