PRESS RELEASE League of Women Voters to Study Local Implementation of Open Governmental Meetings Act The training session, open to the public, will be on Wednesday, April 10, at 7:00 p.m. at Charles Washington Hall, 106 N. George Street, across from the Jefferson County Courthouse. The LWV study consists of two parts. The first part…

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Dear Friend: Voters across the country voted for democracy reform up and down the ballot in 2018, sending the 116th Congress a clear message that the country is ready for bold, comprehensive democracy reforms. And now, H.R. 1, the “For The People Act,” is on the verge of passing the House of Representatives — THIS…

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From: Helen Gibbins, President, LWV Of HuntingtonRe: Information from the Citizen Action Group 1. Guns on campuses — the League did not take action on this issue, but I know many of you are interested in the issue. 2. Action for Clean Water 3. Money in elections Citizen Action Needed to Stop Guns on Campus,…

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The Scarborough Library at Shepherd University has graciously allowed us to use one of their meeting rooms. Starting September 18 and every third Tuesday of each month thereafter, we will meet in Room 309. The aptly named “West Virginia” room has a large conference table and a white dry-erase board. We will continue to meet at…

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Dear Jefferson County Voter, If past history of voting participation in midterm elections is a forecaster, this year’s May 8, midterm 2018 primary election is a place where your individual vote can truly make a difference. According to the WV Secretary of State’s records, Jefferson County had a very low voter participation rate in the 2014…

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