Materials for State Study on Ballot Question Process

Thanks to all who joined us today (Sunday) to learn about issues with the state ballot question process!  We will meet again in January for the consensus meeting on this topic.

So to help you prepare…a little light reading for the holiday season!  Click on the links below to be fully prepared on the pros and cons of each question.  We suggest you begin with the first link, and if you want more detail continue with the others.

Wondering about how state ballot questions work? Information and Discussion on December 9th

Do you fully understood the state ballot question process?  Ever complained about how long things take or been confused about what you are voting on?  We are participating in the LWVMA study on the state ballot question process, and will hold a meeting to talk about this topic.

Join us on December 9th, from 2 pm to 3:3o pm at the Durant-Kenrick House, 286 Waverley Avenue, Newton to learn more about the process with LWVNWe will have a consensus meeting on this topic in January, so this meeting will help prepare you for the questions we will have to consider to make new LWVMA policy.

This study incorporates the intersection of the League’s areas of mission: voting and advocacy. LWVMA has not studied the initiative and referendum process in MA and has no positions on this aspect of voting/elections.

Links to two key study documents, the Study Guide (including consensus questions) and Study Report (background information), are below.

Stay for our holiday party right afterwards!!

Wondering about how state ballot questions work? Information and Discussion on December 9th

Do you fully understood the state ballot question process?  Complained about how long things take or been confused about what you are voting on?

Learn more about the process with LWVN.  We are participating in the LWVMA study on the state ballot question process, and will hold a meeting to talk about this topic.  Join us on December 9th, from 2 pm to 3:3o pm at the Durant-Kenrick House, 286 Waverley Avenue, Newton. We will have a consensus meeting on this topic in January, so this meeting will help prepare you for the questions we will have to consider to make new LWVMA policy.

Stay for our holiday party right afterwards!!

Save your red ‘2018 Information for Voters’ guide for a League study!

LWVMA is in the middle of a two-year study on the ballot question process in Massachusetts.  In Newton, we will hold our educational and consensus meetings after the November elections–so save your red Massachusetts 2018 Information for Voters guide. There is information in the guide that will be helpful in our study and help us to respond to the questions developed by the study committee.  More info to follow later in the fall!

Save your red ‘2018 Information for Voters’ guide for a League study!

LWVMA is in the middle of a two-year study on the ballot question process in Massachusetts.  In Newton, we will hold our educational and consensus meetings after the November elections–so save your red Massachusetts 2018 Information for Voters guide. There is information in the guide that will be helpful in our study and help us to respond to the questions developed by the study committee.  More info to follow later in the fall!

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