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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
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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