The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging the informed and active participation of individuals in government. It influences public policy through education and advocacy.
The People's Climate March is a major mobilization in New York City this September 21 to demand bold, political action to address the climate crisis. It is going to be the largest climate march in history! A local march will be held Sunday, September 21 at 2:00 at Mitchell Park.
Take action: Urge Governor Brown to sign SB 1253 for a better initiative process! Call the Governor: 916-445-2841. Or if you prefer, send him a webmail message.
Weekly Schedule: September 15, 2014 - A list of local government meetings.
For information and assistance in scheduling candidate forums and pro/con educational presentations contact Voter Service.
Jeffrey D. Armstrong began his tenure as Cal Poly's ninth president on Feb. 1, 2011, with a determination to enhance the university's Learn by Doing teaching approach. As a first-generation college graduate, he is particularly passionate about nurturing a campus climate that embraces inclusivity and diversity.
Cindy Marie Absey has been appointed Chair of the Higher Education Study Committee for the 2015 program year. Ms. Absey invited participation from the faculty and students of Cal Poly and Cuesta. Read about the latest assessment of California's higher education performance. The League of Women Voters California want to know: what can we do to bring back California's former standards of excellence? Join the study committee to shape the future!
To a crowd that included "standing room only" attendees, the League of Women Voters of San Luis Obispo County moderated and co-hosted a public forum on a homeless center to be built at 40 Prado Road. Read more here:
The event was co-sponsored by the San Luis Obispo County Housing Trust Fund, United Way of San Luis Obispo County, and the Community Foundation San Luis Obispo County's Action for Healthy Communities. Funds for the videotaping were provided by the County Board of Supervisors' Community Project Grant funds. Read the full report.