Automatic Voter Registration Lobby Day on Wednesday, January 31

We need your help! Join LWVMA and the other members of the Election Modernization Coalition for a lobby day to pass Automatic Voter Registration at the State House Wednesday, Jan. 31, 9:30 a.m. to noon.  Registration and training will take place in Room 428 in the State House (24 Beacon St., Boston).

We will be working hard to get the AVR bill out of the Joint Committee on Election Laws and to the floor of the House for a vote. Nothing makes as strong an impression on legislators as in-person visits from constituents.

Sign up here to participate in the AVR lobby day.

Can’t make it to Boston?  Call your state Representative that day and ask him/her to urge the Speaker to bring the Automatic Voter Registration bill (H.2091/S.373) to the floor for a vote.

Automatic Voter Registration Lobby Day on January 31

We need your help! Join LWVMA and the other members of the Election Modernization Coalition for a lobby day to pass Automatic Voter Registration at the State House Wednesday, Jan. 31, 9:30 a.m. to noon.  Registration and training will take place in Room 428 in the State House (24 Beacon St., Boston).

We will be working hard to get the AVR bill out of the Joint Committee on Election Laws and to the floor of the House for a vote. Nothing makes as strong an impression on legislators as in-person visits from constituents.

Sign up here to participate in the AVR lobby day.

Can’t make it to Boston?  Call your state Representative that day and ask him/her to urge the Speaker to bring the Automatic Voter Registration bill (H.2091/S.373) to the floor for a vote.

You can also help by sending a letter to the editor of your local paper supporting AVR.  You can find a template for a letter from an individual here.  Sign up here to let us know that you are submitting a letter, so we can track our statewide impact. And please download our fact sheet on automatic voter registration.

Poll Workers’ Thank You Party this Thursday!

Did you know that there were over 300 people working at the polls between the preliminary and general election, as well as the recent recount?  LWVN will be thanking our poll workers with a celebration on Thursday, December 14th at City Hall, starting at 6 pm. 

We need volunteers to welcome and thank the many poll workers at the event.  If you can help or if you plan to attend as an LWVN representative, please contact info@lwvnewton.org.

Help thank our poll workers on Thursday, December 14th!

Did you know that there were over 300 people working at the polls between the preliminary and general election, as well as the recent recount?  LWVN will be thanking our poll workers with a celebration on Thursday, December 14th in the City Hall cafeteria, starting at 6 pm.  We need volunteers to help pick up food and supplies before the party, as well as welcome and thank the many poll workers at the event.  If you can help or if you plan to attend as an LWVN representative, please contact info@lwvnewton.org.

Watch “The League Presents…” to meet new elected officials

The new episode of “The League Presents…” features an interview with newly elected officials Josh Krintzman (Ward 4 At-Large Councilor), Becky Walker Grossman (Ward 7 At-Large Councilor), and Kathy Shields (Ward 7 School Committee).  Our guests were in uncontested races, so we wanted to be sure you knew about them personally, as well as their priorities and thoughts on important issues in Newton.  Marcia Johnson and Sue Flicop co-moderated, and Maureen Reilly Meagher produced and directed the program.  Click here to watch:  “The League Presents…Post Election”

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