Candidate Debates Now Online!

Meet the candidates who are on the upcoming Nov 3 ballot. League-sponsored debates available on demand anywhere, anytime on any device. Check listings at CMCM. Or watch them here from our candidate debale page.

Candidates talk about the issues and answer questions: City/town councils of Corte Madera, Mill Valley, Novato, and San Anselmo Tamalpais High School District and Novato School District  Marinwood Community Services District


Back office volunteer opportunity

Perhaps you have considered being active as a member but do not have the time or an inclination to actively engage in LWVMC’s issue-oriented committees. Consider this: if you have access to the Internet from home, a penchant for maintaining records, like to engage in work that can be completed on your own time and schedule, and have an interest in how information can be used to support LWVMC’s day to day operations, help the chapter look into the new membership database from LWVUS! Contact Scott McKown, if you are interested.


Get up to date with the September VOTER

Read the September/October issue for detailed reports from the Justice, Election and Transportation/Land Use/Housing committees and the Bay Area chapter of the League of Women Voters.


Briefs from the Board - August 

At the August League Board meeting the following was discussed:

  • Confirmed credit cards will be able to be used to pay for membership dues and Gala payments by Spring 2016.
  • Voted to endorse the San Rafael School District’s two bond measures and to sign the ballot statements.
  • Transportation, Land Use, and Housing committee chair reported that on August 10, representatives of the Ket-tering Foundation gave an updated overview of Marin County’s partnership with the Kettering Foundation in its “Constructive Community Conversation” about housing in Marin, as a follow-up to their presentation at Action on July 6. After getting feedback from the July 6 meeting, it was decided by the Kettering Foundation and the LWVMC that the League no longer would be the co-host of the program. The two Marin co-hosts are Dominican University and the Marin County Library.
  • The Communications Committee chair reported on the contract with consultant Kiki LaPorta and the work on the membership letter and the form that will accompany the letters.

Passionate about international relations? Want to be more involved in the League?

Consider becoming chair of the International Relations Committee! It is a well attended committee with many experienced, regular members who can help you learn the ropes.