Volunteer Deputy Voter Registrar Training
To register voters in Kerr County it is necessary to be trained and deputized as a Kerr County Volunteer Deputy Voter Registrar. The free training conducted by the Kerr County Voter Registrar Clerks will be held at the Riverside Nature Center, 150 Francisco Lemos St. Plan to attend one of the trainings either Thursday, February 12 or March 5 from noon to 1 p.m. Call 830-792-2242 to register for the training. All Volunteer Deputy Voter Registrars need to attend a training every two years. Check the expiration date on your certificate. This training is sponsored by the League of Women Voters-Kerrville Area, a nonpartisan political organization encouraging informed and active participation in government. Your Vote Matters!
LWV-TX Lobby Days on Feb. 23 & 24th. We have a great program addressing the LWV-TX legislative priorities for the 84th Texas Legislature.
Also you may wish to sign up for Lobby Days in Austin:
Monday, Feb. 23
If you do not wish to register on line, please call the LWV-TX office at 512-472-1100 and speak with Aileen McMurrer.
MY INVITATION TO YOU: Join your local League of Women Voters!
The League of Women Voters, a nonpartisan political organization, encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of public policy issues, and influences policy through education and advocacy. See the membership information to your left. Membership questions? Ask us:Member@lwv-kerrvillearea.org.
Your League of Women Voters - Kerrville Area has a solid reputation in our community for our candidate and issue forums, voter registration, and public programs on major issues. In 2015 we will carry on our efforts in each of these areas. See the 'Events Calendar' and the 'The Voter Newsletter' in the left margin for the latest League of Women Voters' current happenings. Meetings are listed on our Events Calendar and on our Facebook page.
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For more information about education issues visit: http://lwveducation.com
Please check out our Women's Talent Bank. We have several women ready to serve on city or county advisory boards, etc. See more information under Women's Talent Bank. Questions? Please contact Meg Scott Johnson.
Do take a moment to go to the state website, www.lwvtexas.org; and the national website, www.lwv.org, and see all that your League is doing.
Please look for us on Facebook to updated on LWV news & happenings. On Facebook, search for League of Women Voters – Kerrville Area & click “like”. Thanks!
WHAT WE BELIEVE
The League of Women Voters believes:
Marguerite Scott Johnson, LWV-KA President
League of Women Voters - Kerrville Area
PO Box 290303 Kerrville, Texas 78029-0303