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- Voter Ed Program October 16: Dr. Ben Krueger to speak on Civil Religion and Politics in the 2016 Presidential Election
Forum on Sedona Fire District Bond Measure Election - October 18
Second "We the People" Summit to be Held in November
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- Join us for public candidate and issue forums.
Members and prospective members are invited to our social and business meetings.
News Learn More
- See Current and Recent Press Releases and Articles about League Activities
League Annual Meeting Set for Saturday, June 3rd
League to Present Program on Capitalism, Socialism, Communism
Press Statement from National League on "Election Integrity Commission"
State League Releases Statement About Preserving Integrity of Voter Registration Process and Elections in Arizona
Newsletter Learn More
- The VOTER OF THE GREATER VERDE VALLEY is a publication of the League of Women Voters and is issued for League members about 9 times a year. The June Voter is now available.
Elections Learn More
- Information on Voter Registration, Early Voting
Contact Your Elected Representatives Learn More
- To Be Informed, Be Engaged: Contact your Representatives
Health Care Reform Learn More
- League of Women Voters June 22 2017 Press Release on Senate Health Care Bill
The League of Women Voters and the Affordable Care Act
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- What is our mission? How are we structured? What is our history?
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When the 19th Amendment to the Constitution was ratified in 1920, women were permitted to vote on national issues for the first time. The League of Women Voters was formed with the thought that women needed enlightenment and encouragement to vote. Immediately, the League became involved with a number of significant issues -- and not just "women's issues." In 1976, the League invited men into full membership.
Our local league was formed in Sedona in 1988, expanded to include the Village of Oak Creek in 1990, and later expanded its scope and became the League of Women Voters of Sedona-Verde Valley in 1999. Just this year, we again changed our name -- to the League of Women Voters Greater Verde Valley. This name better reflects our regional focus throughout the Verde Valley.
We engage in voter service, citizen education, and political action on selected issues. We encourage the public to go to the polls with the best information available. We present forums where candidates can answer voters' questions directly and state their positions. We also present issue forums so that the public will have the information they need to decide how to vote.
Learn about us, join us, and help Make Democracy Work!!!