May 18 2021 Election Day:  

Voters Pamphlets Jackson Co.Special Election   Josephine Co Or
April 27 2021 last day to register, Ballots are mailed to each registered voter starting on  April 30 2021 ,  May 18 2021 is election day and you may download absentee ballots now if you need to. 

Votes By Women image by TangrenIn Jackson County Measure #15-200 is for RVTD, renewal of local tax option 13 cents on every $1000 property value; Three Rivers School district [joint Josephine and Jackson Counties] $0.46 per $1000 property tax raise in tax—gets $5million state grant if passes. 

In  Josephine County there are two measures in addition to the Three Rivers Schools: a Proposed Josephine Independent Rural Fire Protection District [$1.74 per $1000 property], and Grants Pass Police and Fire protection levy($1.79 per $1000 property value)

Voter Service News:

The League of Women Voters traditionally interviews new state legislators at the beginning of the session to determine what the newly elected official will prioritize.  Many thanks to Rep. Lily (District 3) who immediately answered our questions.  We have had no response from Rep. Breese-Iverson (District 55) or Sen. Art Robinson (District 2).

Two teachers from Eagle Point High School have registered to participate in the Harvard Case Study Method by Zoom in April.  Our League will host the two teachers (Jennifer Hodges and Susan Casey) later in the year when they conduct a community demonstration of the method.



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On September 17 2020 the LWV Rogue Valley sponsored a Zoom call with the Jackson County Oregon County Clerk, Chris Walker, click here for the video.

LWV Rogue Valley Meetings are on Zoom. Members will receive invitations.

August 18, 1920 100 years ago, the 19th Amendment giving American women the right to vote was passed. And the League of Women Voters is 100 Years Old this year.

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