Category Archives: Announcements
SECRETARY OF STATE – REDISTRICTING UPDATE May 20 2021 at 11:30AM PST. Here is the link to register for the Redistricting Update Webinar: Secretary of State’s office, Kathy Wai will bring us up-to-date on all current issues surrounding redistricting in … Continue reading
May 20 2021 at 12:45 PM, PST Annual business: approving the budget, electing the open positions presented by the nominating committee, etc. An important meeting Check your Member email for your Zoom Registration Link.
The Informed Voter & Citizen Advocate click here to see the Zoom video of this meeting. Member (Zoom) Meeting March 11, 2021 at 11:30 am Rick Bennett, Shirley Weathers, and Bill Walsh Your Voice, Your Future, Advocacy 101–Rick Bennett: Former … Continue reading
On Feb 11 2021 our League held a zoom meeting to hear a presentation on the current status of the Census. Precious Edmonds is the Community Engagement & Partnerships Coordinator at Dancing Hearts Consulting and talked with the Rogue Valley … Continue reading
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 in charge of elections. She answered question and explained details of the Vote-by Mail … Continue reading
August 12 2020 Cybersecurity Study Consensus Meetings using zoom August 17 Monday at 4pm August 18 Tuesday at 10am All LWVRV members will be invited via Zoom to share in these consensus meetings. Thanks to Sheila McGinnis and Mary Sinclair … Continue reading
Read an Update on this project at the Washington Post. Supreme Court put a hold on a judge’s order that relaxed election procedures because of the coronavirus pandemic. The result will keep a referendum on partisan gerrymandering off the November … Continue reading
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 7/27/2020 CONTACT Rebecca Gladstone, President 503.581.5722 www.lwvor.org email@example.com [Salem, Oregon] – The League of Women Voters of Oregon (LWVOR) calls for civil discourse amid Portland’s ongoing protests. We reaffirm Americans’ First Amendment right to peaceful protest. Our 100 year-old League … Continue reading
Rogue Valley League of Women Voters Speaks Out Against Racism “The League of Women Voters grieves the murders of George Floyd and the countless other Black lives that have been tragically taken at the hands of rogue law enforcement officers … Continue reading
Do your part and be sure to fill out the census either on line and/or help someone to make sure they have turned it in The LWV Oregon is taking on Redistricting this year, and for starters we need a … Continue reading
Hi Folks, The members of the LWVRV Board met today to discuss the ongoing concern facing us all, the coronavirus Over the past couple of weeks, we have been seeking guidance from different Oregon disease control centers and reviewing the … Continue reading
October 2020 Women’s March of Southern Oregon will be held this year in October. To get specific information facebook/WomensMarchSouthernOregon.
This Event Is Postponed Event will be rescheduled for the Fall of 2020.
League of Women Voters of the Rogue Valley Day. February 14, 2020 That the League of Women Voters, on its 100th Anniversary, should be commended for its significant contributions to empowering voters and making democracy work. Remember that contributions to … Continue reading
Panelist will discuss Immigration at 2pm. The panel will explore issues facing our immigrant community and consist of representatives from Unite Oregon, Unete: Center for Farm Worker Advocacy, the Center for Non-Profit Legal Aid Services, and the Southern Oregon Education … Continue reading
175 Agness Avenue 10:30 am, Elmer’s Restaurant Grants Pass Our November general meeting should be a unique experience for our membership — we have the opportunity to hear from one of Oregon’s Harvard Study Method teachers. This past August, 13 … Continue reading
The League of Women Voters of Rogue Valley (LWVRV) will host Circuit Court Judge Lorenzo Mejia at their October 10 2019 meeting and invites the public to attend. LWVRV is a local, non-profit, non-partisan organization that engages, among other activities, … Continue reading
Our first stop on our campaign finance reform roadshow: We’ll be joined by election policy experts who will kick-off the forum with a 20-minute presentation on the history and political dynamics of campaign finance reform in Oregon. The presentation will … Continue reading
March 7 2020 Salem Convention Center, 10 Am to 2pm
Saturday June 29, 2019 at the Ashland Library Gresham Room noon to 1:30 pm. https://actionnetwork.org/events/lwv-rogue-valley-celebrates-national-week-of-action-for-ranked-choice-votingPlease use the above link to find information about the event.
The Annual Meeting will be held at the OEA Building this year rather than at a local restaurant, which has been our tradition. This is in order to simplify our activities in preparation for the State Convention to be held … Continue reading
We will investigate another aspect of Housing Issues: the concept, philosophy and concrete issues of Tiny Houses and their role as we strive for sustainability and reduced homelessness. Time: We hope the time will be the same – 11:30, but … Continue reading
Members should have received their state study report on hard rock mining by now. Our general meeting will give a brief introduction to the subject and executive summary, then address the five con- sensus questions. Read the study and discover … Continue reading
Former Representative Sal Esquival has retired, and District 6 has three candidates filing for this Oregon State House of Representatives representing Medford in the primary May 15, 2018. The League is hosting a candidate forum April 12 in the Medford … Continue reading
Thursday, March 8, 2017 The Pacific Connector Pipeline Round 3 and Other Causes for Climate Change Action 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. OEA Building 2495 S Pacific Hwy In order to cover everything and give time for Q and A, … Continue reading
Nature’s Trust, Our Children’s Trust: A Climate Forum on Litigation to Save the Future Thursday, April 13, 2017, 6-8 p.m. Doors open at 5 p.m. Thank you Sponsors, Thank You Rogue River Room in Stevenson Union, SOU ECOS (The Ecology … Continue reading
November General Meeting Thursday November 10, 11:30am OEA Bldg., 2495 S. Pacific Hwy Dr. Barbara Klein presenting “Election Methods Study” paged click here
JACKSON COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONER CANDIDATES FORUM was on APRIL 14, 2016 Noon Medford City Hall, 411 W. 8th St. Medford 3rd Floor, The Medford City Council Chambers Click here for the video of the full one hour Candidate Forum … Continue reading