The League of Women Voters’ “Making Democracy Work” campaign is taking a sharp focus on empowering voters for the upcoming November elections. In Marin County, the League’s Governance/Voter Service Committee is where most of this work takes place providing services to voters, including voter registration, sponsoring candidate debates, and performing impartial analyses of ballot measures.
The Committee needs your help!
As we speak, work is underway to create teams for:
- Pros & Cons – ballot issue research, analyses and public presentations
- Candidate Forums – the coordination and running of candidate panels where they can express their positions
In the next few weeks the committee will send out details explaining the duties for each team and the time commitment.
While November seems a long time away, there is no time to lose. Marin County candidate and ballot measure filings for the November ballot will open mid-July and close mid-August. Several ballot measures have already been submitted and accepted. Governance/Voter Service committee members are monitoring these developments on an ongoing basis.
If you have any interest in signing up for of these teams to help empower Marin County voters, please contact:
Lynn Dooley email@example.com
- Your name
- Your preferred phone number
- Your email address
- And if you have a preference, state Pros & Cons or Candidate Forums
Meanwhile, stay tuned for more detailed information about the teams.