Should NY have a Constitutional Convention?
Monday, Jan. 23, 2017
New York's Current Constitution requires that the question "Shall there be a convention to revise the constitution and amend the same?" be put to the voters of this state every 20 years. 2017 is the year that that question will appear on the general election ballot.
Should LWVNY take a position for or against? Why? On January 23 our League will meet to hear the pros and cons of a "Con Con." Laura Ladd Bierman, Executive Director of LWVNYS and Jennifer Wilson, Program and Policy Director of LWVNYS, will be our speakers. Light refreshments will be served.
Adirondack Trust Building,
35 Church Street, Saratoga Springs NY 12866
Note: Community Room entramce is through top floor of parking garage on Woodlawn and Church Streets.
Students Inside Albany Conference
May 21-24, 2017
Application forms now available.
Hands-on work to safeguard democracy
You can be part of a grass roots network of women and men in communities across the country. Here in Saratoga, we are actively involved in making democracy work. We conduct candidate forums, provide voter registration information to local High School seniors, produce an online Voters' Guide, and lobby on many important issues in Albany.
Because your local membership dues also enroll you at the state and national League levels only a small portion of the dues stay here in Saratoga County. We work hard to write grants and raise funds to support our events and activities, so we have been able to keep our dues at the same level for the past four years. Join our vibrant group!
Aside from membership, you can stand with us and support our efforts by making a donation to support our activities.
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