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LWVDA presents the 3rd Healthcare Forum: "The Future of California State-based Health Reform"
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Yolo County Election Information
Chief Election Officer Jesse Salinas updated LWVDA members on what the Elections Department has done to safeguard the election and how (and where) to mail in or drop off your ballots. Please look though the presentation slides for hours, and locations, and all of the ballot measures for Yolo County! Feel free to share with others.
LWVDA presents the 3rd in a series of Healthcare Forums to help voters understand and gain information on what the future of our healthcare might be. "The Future of California State-based
LWVDA has created a non-partisan "Pros and Cons" document for Measure B which is on the Davis ballot for November 3rd. View → HERE. "Pros and Cons" documents summarize the major arguments
LWVDA has written a non-partisan synopsis of a Davis City Council decision on a solar land lease issue involving the BrightNight corporation that came up recently in our candidate forums. We
LWVDA had completed all the candidate debate forums for this year's Nov 3rd election. Please view the recorded forum videos HERE. Also, give our YouTube channel a SUBSCRIBE!
"Healthcare Reform: Demystifying Future Healthcare Options," the 2nd in a series of educational Healthcare Forums is now up ad able to be viewed → HERE. The goal of this presentation is
The League is organizing several forums in the next few weeks. Please register at Eventbrite to receive the link to join in on the Zoom webinars. Check them out HERE!
Join us by Zoom for the next Members' Meeting, link sent via email, on 9/16 Wednesday from 7:00PM - 8:00PM. Jesse Salinas, the Assessor/Clerk-Recorder/Registrar of Voters for Yolo County, California
We remember the League’s founding on February 14th, 1920 and the ratification of the 19th Amendment 6 months later. Locally, we are celebrating our one-year anniversary of the renewal of the League
The League of Women Voters turns 100 years old in 2020, and so do US women's voting rights! Progress is in our DNA. Check out this #SheIsMe video to see
Join us by Zoom for the next Members' Meeting, link sent via email, on 9/16 Wednesday from 6:15PM - 7:30PM. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have not received the Zoom
LWVDA sponsored a virtual educational forum to discuss how health care financing and systems design impact access to affordable health care services in Yolo County. View the forum HERE. The
We are excited to restart the Davis Chapter and bring more inclusivity to our League. We have been working on finalizing our website. Let us know if you have any
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The League of Women Voters returns to the Davis Area
Mary Jo Bryan, Bob Fung, Georgina Valencia, and Matt Williams were the initial group that organized the revival of the Davis chapter which was active for 57 years until it dissolved in 2014.