Voter’s Guide 2020 Primary Election – Attorney General

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Voter’s Guide 2020 Primary Election – Commissioner of Agriculture

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Voter’s Guide 2020 Primary Election – Secretary of State, Auditor and State Treasurer

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Voter’s Guide 2020 Primary Election – Governor

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Voter’s Guide 2020 Primary Election – US House of Representatives

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Voter’s Guide 2020 Primary Election – US Senate

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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!

pdf iconVoterSpring2020 Final.pdf

West Virginia Centennial Celebration of the 19th Amendment

Here are a few photos from the Centennial Celebration marking West Virginia’s ratification of the 19th Amendment. One of many activities that day was the presentation and passage of a resolution (SR 42) in the WV Senate commemorating this historic event. More pictures of activities and exhibitors at the Centennial Celebration at the State Capitol can be found here courtesy of WV Legislative Photography. 

Centennial Celebration of the WV Ratification of the 19th Amendment

On Monday, February 17 the state and local Leagues will be participating in the Centennial Celebration Day at the Legislature to mark the ratification of the 19th Amendment. The League and other organizations will host exhibits and provide educational information about women’s suffrage. The day is one of many events happening around the state in 2020. View the Centennial Celebration Commission calendar of events here. 

Wood County Voter January/February 2020

One Woman, One Vote

Saturday, February 29 at 1:30 p.m.

Pkbg/Wood County Library Auditorium

3100 Emerson Avenue

Free and open to the public

Originally aired on PBS’ Frontline, this film documents the many aspects of the 70 year long struggle that led to the passage of the 19th Amendment 100 years ago, one of many struggles to grant all Americans the rights guaranteed by the Constitution.

pdf iconLWVWC Voter Jan – Feb 2020 pdf.pdf