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 increaseMember@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 2014 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. Plan to attend our "What's New With the League of Women Voters - Kerrville Area" evening meetings in Bella Vita's private dining room. Meetings are listed on our Events Calendar and on our Facebook page.
2014 Federal, State and County Elections
Additional Kerr County Candidates Forums are planned for April, May and June 2014 following the March Primary Election. Please check out the Events page!
The League of Women Voters-Kerrville Area sponsored two Candidate Forums February 3 and February 10 for candidates running for Kerr County offices in the March 4 Primary Elections. Attendance at both Forums was standing room only with audience members presenting questions on a wide variety of community topics for the Forum Candidates.
2013 STUDY ISSUES
All local Leagues of Texas have completed Consensus of a study of the issues of Human Trafficking. The Study Guide "Facts and Issues: Human Trafficking in Texas" plus additional references and resources have been released to the leagues and posted on the Issue Studies page of the LWV-TX website http://www.lwvtexas.org/issues.php.
The League is a grassroots organization. Therefore, issues are studied on the local level. Local Leagues come to consensus on questions posed; then the state League forms positions from which to advocate for legislation.
2014 STUDY ISSUES
All US Leagues have been invited to initiate a study of the issues of Genetically Modified Foods and Crops. The League of Women Voters - Kerrville Area is currently evaluating this topic for a possible study with consensus to be reached by April 30, 2014. League members wishing to share concerns or having input regarding this study topic should contact League member, Rhonda Wiley-Jones.
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.Program@lwv-kerrvillearea.org
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:
Priscilla Wright, LWV-KA President
League of Women Voters - Kerrville Area