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LWV

abbr.
League of Women Voters
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LWV

or L.W.V.,

League of Women Voters.
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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.
That month, the LWV hired Jim Karayn to produce several primary election voter education forums that would be televised on the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS).
Called Take A Friend to Vote, the effort grew out of a 1999 civic participation study conducted by the LWV which found that individuals are more likely to vote when asked to do so by someone they trust and with whom they share common values.
The LWV has promoted this outrageous gag-rule scheme in a $1 million TV and print ad campaign, funded with tax-deductible money from the Pew Charitable Trusts.
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.
LWV Charlotte-Mecklenburg, NC, president, 1997-2001; director, chair of Mixed Income Housing Coalition, 2006-present; one of the founders of the LWV Charlotte-Mecklenburg Civics 101 program.
Pinellas, FL, president, 2002-05; LWVNJ secretary, 1997-99; LWV Morris Country, NJ, ILO, president, 1996-98; LWV Morristown, NJ, president, 1995-97; LWVNC Board member, 1977-80; LWV Chatham Township,NJ, president, 1973-75.
LWV Pasadena Area: action director, 1996-99; president, 1999-2003; Voters Service director, 2006 to present.
Biography: LWVUS Membership Recruitment Initiative (LWV Palm Beach Country is now the largest League in Florida with 350 members).