Where does LWV stand on the Election Integrity Commission request?

FROM LWVMA:  The League strongly condemns the recent request from President Trump’s Election Integrity Commission for voter records, including private information, from all 50 states; at the same time, LWVMA applauds Secretary of the Commonwealth William Galvin for refusing to comply with the request and has sent him a letter thanking him for his stance.  We encourage LWVMA members to also contact Secretary Galvin to thank him for his refusal to comply with the commission’s request

Don’t Just Stand There…Run! on April 27th at 7 pm

Don’t Just Stand There….Run!:  Thursday, April 27th, from 7 pm to 8:30 pm at the Brigham House, Hartford Street in Newton Highlands.  This event is for people who are considering running for local office as well as those who are helping them.  We will have the following three speakers to address issues like filing official paperwork, working with the media, and understanding the demands of public office:

  • David Olson, Newton City Clerk
  • Greg Reibman, President of the Newton-Needham Regional Chamber and Village14.com
  • Marcia Johnson, former Ward 2 City Councilor At Large

Updated: Upcoming LWVN Meetings (with locations!)

LWVN Program Planning Meeting:  Thursday, April 6th, from 7:30 pm to 8:30 pm at NewTV, 23 Needham Street.  At this meeting, we review proposals from our committees about our plans for next year.  Join us and weigh in on what we hope to accomplish!

Don’t Just Stand There….Run!:  Thursday, April 27th, from 7 pm to 8:30 pm at the Brigham House, Hartford Street in Newton Highlands.  This event is for people who are considering running for local office as well as those who are helping them.  We will have the following three speakers to address issues like filing official paperwork, working with the media, and understanding the demands of public office:

  • David Olson, Newton City Clerk
  • Greg Reibman, President of the Newton-Needham Chamber of Commerce
  • Marcia Johnson, former Ward 2 City Councilor At Large

LWVN Member Meeting on the Newton City Charter Commission Proposal:  Sunday, April 30th, from 2 pm to 3:30 pm. at the Waban Library Center, 1608 Beacon Street, Waban:  At this meeting, members will discuss the proposal from the Newton City Charter Commission and decide whether–as an organization–LWVN will support the proposal or not.  We’d love your RSVP at info@lwvnewton.org so we can be sure we have a quorum to vote!

LWVN Annual Meeting:  Thursday, June 15th, time and location TBA (still).  LWVN members will see old friends, hear about all the work we did this year, and discuss our plans for next year.

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