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When: Saturday, June 20th 10am – noonWhere: Zoom Come learn about what our league has been doing, help us elect new officers and, once business is completed, State Senator Jerry Hill will join us for a question and answer period. The Annual Meeting Kit is available online and was emailed on June 1st to the … Continue reading Virtual 2020 Annual Meeting Registration
In 2020 the League of Women Voters (LWV) will celebrate its 100th anniversary and the LWVC joins more than 700 other local and state chapters to celebrate this historic milestone. As we look to a vibrant future on the threshold of our next 100 years, the League is excited that dedicated members across California continue … Continue reading The League of Women Voters is Turning 100!
The League of Women Voters of California is collaborating daily with the Secretary of State, elections officials, and civil rights groups to ensure fair and accessible voting this November amidst the COVID-19 crisis. Turnout of traditionally underrepresented groups is of special concern. “The challenges presented by the coronavirus pandemic are unique but not insurmountable,” reads … Continue reading The League Fights For Fair & Accessible Voting
This week the United Nations acknowledged LWVUS for our work protecting voting rights in light of COVID-19. The League of Women Voters of the United States (LWVUS) is working to protect voting rights and democracy during the COVID-19 pandemic. They have called for adequate funding for measures including voter education (informing the public of new practices … Continue reading LWVUS Work Featured by the U.N.
April 14, 2020 At a virtual meeting the City Council listened to the request for an additional waiver to reduce the size of 75% of the 108 parking spaces from 9’ wide to 8.6’ wide for the project at 4846-4856 El Camino Real. The project would still install outlets for 27 EV charging stations. Plans … Continue reading Los Altos City Council April 2020