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LWV Lewis Clark Valley

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LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS of the LEWIS-CLARK VALLEY

Founded in 1920 the League, a non-partisan political organization, encourages the informed and active participation of citizens in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues and influences public policy through education and advocacy. Any person 16 years of age and older, male or female may become a League member.

We promote voter involvement in the election process by hosting Candidate Debates, Town Hall Meetings, and voter registration drives. Each year we publish a Directory of Elected Officials for Asotin and Nez Perce Counties

Contact us by calling: Lewiston - 208-743-8930 Clarkston - 509-758-4957

http://www.facebook.com/League of Women Voters of the Lewis Clark Valley http://www.lwvlcvalley.org P. Box 178, Lewiston, Idaho 8350l Annual dues are $55 for individuals, $80 for households, $35.00 for students





The LWV of the Lewis-Clark Valley operates as a Committee of the Whole

Spokesperson: Maxine Miller

Financial: Adele Plouffe


About LWV Lewis Clark Valley

2018 CITIZENS GUIDE TO YOUR ELECTED OFFICIALS - Nez Perce County

2018 CITIZENS GUIDE TO YOUR ELECTED OFFICIALS - Asotin County, WA


Web sites with more information on Voting
League of Women Voters - National Web Site
All States -Voter InformationVote411.org
Idaho Secretary of State Election Division
The Federal Election Commission
National Voter Registration Form
Idaho Votes
State of Washington

What We Do

The LWV of the Lewis-Clark Valley has two distinct and separate missions:
1. VOTER INFORMATION: The League sponsors candidate forums, provides nonpartisan voter education information and encourages voter registration. The League may also provide nonpartisan information about ballot issues.

In line with its strict nonpartisan voter information mission, LWV does not endorse political parties or candidates for office.

2. STUDY OF LOCAL, STATE, AND NATIONAL ISSUES: The League may decide to take action on a local, state, or national issue after conducting thorough research. League action is discussed in small groups and if a consensus is reached, the League may then take action on the issue.

Such action may include providing information to the public, supporting or opposing legislation, or testifying at public hearings. The League's reputation for thorough study of issues has contributed to its political effectiveness over the years.


Diversity Policy

Meeting Calendar


MEETING SCHEDULE
LWV Lewis Clark Valley
Wednesday, January 17th at the Lewiston City Library, Upstairs conference room. Public presentation on voting trends by Patty Weeks from 1 + 1:30 P.M. on Our regular meeting will follow from 1:30 to 3 P.M.

The League will be registering voters on MLK Day of Service, January 15th at the YWCA from 1:-2:30 and 4:30 + 5:30 P.M.



League of Women Voters of the Lewis-Clark Valley

PO Box 178 Lewiston ID 83501

The League of Women Voters, a nonpartisan political organization, encourages the informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy. Any person of voting age, male or female may become a League member.