League of Women Voters®

of Montezuma County, Colorado

The League neither supports nor opposes
any political party or candidate for any office.

May, 2011, LWVMZC Newsletter Articles

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Our League News

President’s Message

On Saturday, May 7, we will have our “Annual Meeting” at the Ponderosa Restaurant in Dolores, at 9:00 am.

Calendar, May−June, 2011

The next two months of our planned activities

LWVMZC Budget Proposed

Proposed 2011-2012 budget for our League.

Additional LWV Education Study Papers Now Online (NEW)

LWVUS Education Study Committee members are researching and writing background papers to help Leagues educate members and communities about the Role of the federal government in public education issues.

Elections: Empowering the Voters of Tomorrow

Help! We encourage a member interested in working with the Montezuma County High Schools using a guide of field tested tips to encourage youth voting to pilot an effort at one of our high schools.

Leaving a Living Legacy to a Grateful League

Including the League of Women Voters of Colorado Montezuma County Education Fund in your will is among the easiest ways to support our League’s educational and voter service work for years to come.

LaPlata LWV Letter to Congress About Redistricting

My name is Trish Pegram, I live in Durango and am currently the Vice President of the League of Women Voters of LaPlata County. I have followed closely the 2010 Census and reapportionment...

LWVMZC Journal Guest Commentary on EPA Legislation

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is under siege both ideologically and financially, and we in the Four Corners area stand to lose as much as any region in the country from the proposed budget cuts.

LWVMZC BART Comments to EPA Cover Letter

Dear Mr. Donaldson
Thank you for the opportunity to comment on the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed Federal Implementation Plan for Interstate Transport of Pollution...

The Latest BART Comments to the EPA (by Eric Janes)

We support the EPA proposal to add regulatory language to the proposed BART rule for FCPP that allows Arizona Public Service the option to implement its...

2011 Membership Application and Renewal Form

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Our Board

Our Board for 2010-11 with contact information.

State and National League

LWVUS testifies against HR 672

The League of Women Voters appreciates the opportunity to comment on HR 672 because it raises some fundamental questions. How important is it to Members of Congress that the United States is able to carry out our elections with integrity?

LWVUS Impact on Issues 2010- 12

The new LWVUS “Impact on Issues" is available for members. This is an important document of LWVUS as it defines the positions that have been adopted...


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