LWV of Hingham Steering Committee members Carolyn Locke (left) and Eva Marx (center) paid a visit to the Hingham Library to present a copy of the children’s book: “One Vote, Two Votes; I Vote, You Vote” to Hingham librarian Kathleen “Totsie” McGonagle.
Chartis Tebbetts, Elizabeth Danis, Eileen McIntyre, Nancy Bettinger and Eva Marx led the Ballot Question Process Study. Discussion explored Understanding Ballot Questions, Signature Requirements, Signature Gathering, Legislative Involvement and Responsibilities, and Campaign Financing for Ballot Questions.
2019 LWV Annual Meeting featuring guest speaker Dr. Karen Mazza presenting opportunities for LWV members to support the new legislation for Civics Education Curriculum for Massachusetts public schools.
The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging the informed and active participation of citizens in government. It influences public policy through education and advocacy.