Making Democracy Work
The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization
encouraging informed and active participation in government.
It influences public policy through education and advocacy.
THE ROAD AHEAD 16 Jan 17
Join Rep. DON BEYER 16 Jan 17 at 6:30 Wakefield High School on Martin Luther King Day to discuss 'how we will work to bridge the great divisions that exist in our rich and complex country.'
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LEGISLATIVE ROUNDTABLES - Wednesdays: Jan 18-Feb 15
Join League Members and Virginia Advocates at the Capitol in Richmond during the Virginia State 2017 Legislative Session
Advocacy 2017: NON-PARTISAN Redistricting in Virginia
Visit OneVirginia2021 for more information on redistricting.
TOOLS for the ACTIVE ARLINGTON CITIZEN
Find TOOLS for CONTACTING YOUR REPRESENTATIVES
Former congressional staffers reveal best practices for making Congress listen to you at INDIVISIBLE
ADVOCATING FOR DEMOCRACY
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Be up to date on laws that are coming up to be voted upon by congress and just current events such as appointments to the new administration.
DOWNLOAD MY ARLINGTON APP: App Store | Google Play
Stay on top of the County's events and news, provided alerts to traffic and Metro delays,real-time traffic data, voting maps and info, an easy-to-use County staff directory and more. Today's My Arlington app has a fresh, new design, starting with the home screen. A tiled, customizable layout offers easier navigation.
The POWER of ACTING LOCALLY
Sunday, December 11, a group of neighbors attended the forum on Local Advocacy, at Texas Jack's BB. We were encouraged to become dedicated advocates for the cause most important to us by the organizer Anna Leonard and the presenters Mary Hynes, Marj Signer, and Judy Helein.
Mary Hynes, Marj Signer, Judy Helein, and Anna Leonard
Here's What We've Been Doing
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Women can vote. Why are we still here? Because our democracy needs care and attention. Because we are fearless and relentless.
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Closing the Coverage Gap: Medicaid
Pictures from our Medicaid forum