The League is a truly grassroots organization that sets its agenda through the Program Planning process. As members, this is our chance to help choose what we want California’s and the League’s future to be. Our results will reported to the State League for our Convention in June.
Join us at the Richmond Police Station (461 6th Avenue San Francisco 94118) on Saturday, January 28th at 9:30 am, when we’ll be discussing League policy and positions at the state level and local level.
Where should the League focus its energy over the next two years? What are the
issues of concern to us here in San Francisco?
Where is there a need for legislative activity and other advocacy, both in Sacramento and in our city or county?
Advocacy is a key League activity year-round. For example, we supported or opposed 11 of the 17 statewide ballot measures in November, but in addition, 19 bills we supported —from climate change to voting rights — were signed into law, this year alone.
What will we do to participate in the LWVUS Campaign to Make Democracy Work?
Should we focus on community education?
Was there an issue on the ballot this year on which you wished the League had been able to take a stand—so that we should have a newor updated
study? This is your opportunity to make your voice heard.
Join us !
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