Spring VOTER 2020

Inside you will find the latest on WV’s primary and absentee voting, LWV WV legislative priorities and outcomes from the 2020 session, articles on LWV history and 19th Amendment. Enjoy!

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Fall VOTER 2019

Get updates on 19th Amendment Centennial celebrations, LWV WV actions, natural resources and state government in the Fall issue of the VOTER.

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Spring VOTER 2019

The Spring Issue of the LWV WV newsletter the VOTER contains articles updating on the 2019 Legislative Session and other news of interest. We are sad that after many decades, both Helen Gibbins and Nancy Novak are retiring from the Board. We’ve appreciated so much all of the work they have done in support of our League initiatives and programs.

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Fall VOTER 2018

Inside read our President’s Report, about Amendments 1 and 2 to the Constitution on the 2018 November Ballot, about health care and natural resources and our first letter to the editor.

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Spring VOTER 2018

Check out the LWV WV perspective on the 2018 Legislative Session and get information about the upcoming Council meeting in the Spring issue of the VOTER.

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Fall VOTER 2017

This issue of the VOTER is loaded with timely and important information ranging from the new LWV WV president’s 3 point plan of action to the WV voter registration purge to the natural resource and environmental issues facing West Virginia.

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Spring VOTER 2017

Inside you’ll find our 2017 legislative update.

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Fall VOTER 2016

See the latest information from the League of Women Voters of West Virginia.

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Spring VOTER 2016

Check out our latest newsletter with updates on the West Virginia Legislature’s 2016 session and information on our April 16 Council meeting.

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Fall VOTER 2015

Take our quiz on the 19th amendment, which opened the democratic process to 23 million women in 1920.

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