LWV


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LWV

abbr.
League of Women Voters

LWV

or L.W.V.,

League of Women Voters.
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Sarah Diefendorf, former LWVUS Board member; Barbara Bartoletti, legislative director of the LWV of NY State; Ellen Olson, formerly of the LWV of Greensboro, NC; and Zaida Arguedas, LWVUS deputy executive director and Global Democracy Program director, did the coaching.
On the morning of August 19, 1976, the LWV sent telegrams to both Ford and Carter, asking them to participate in debates.
Cain herself signed a LWV letter to all senators, urging them to vote against the Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act in the name of "reproductive choice.
Pioneer Awards: LWV of Mountain Lakes, NJ and LWV of the City of New York; Web Site Award: LWV of San Francisco, CA; Membership Award: LWV of LWV of Escondido, CA and LWV of Montgomery County, MD.
The national office worked with the LWV of Montgomery County (MD) to organize a dialogue with Maryland State Delegate Ana Sol Gutierrez.
Statement: LWV membership is critical to the future.
The LWV can block partisan noise by marshalling the voice of more voters to practice democracy.
LWV Pasadena Area: action director, 1996-99; president, 1999-2003; Voters Service director, 2006 to present.
LWV member since 2000 with a focused commitment on making the election process more credible, fighting against any citizen being disenfranchised to vote and educating people of all ages in a fair, nonpartisan manner on governmental issues important to them.
LWV Hastings president, 1992-96; past Voter editor.
org, and communicating with voters, the media and the LWV community about our election reform efforts.