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Welcome to the League of Women Voters of Portland

The League of Women Voters of Portland is a nonpartisan political organization that promotes informed and active participation in government. Membership is open to all, men and women, who are interested in learning how the government operates and have a desire to make a difference.

The League of Women Voters of Portland is a nonpartisan political organization that promotes informed and active participation in government.  Membership is open to all, men and women, who are interested in learning how the government operates and have a desire to make a difference.

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Voter Registration

You must be registered by October 14th in order to vote in the November 4th election.  Voter registration information.

Voters Forums

Local Ballot Measures * GMO Labeling  * Marijuana Legalization

When:  October 14, Tuesday

  • Metro Neighborhood Density, Portland Parks Bond, PPS Education Levy 5:00 PM to 6:10 PM
  • GMO Labeling (92) 6:20 PM to 7:05PM
  • Marijuana Legalization (91) 7:15 PM to 8:00 PM

Where:  Multnomah County Building, Board Room 501 SE Hawthorne

 

ERA * Hiring Judges * Top Two Primary * Student Access Fund * Drivers Cards

When: October 15, Wednesday

  • Equal Rights Admendment (89) 2:00 PM to 2:40PM
  • Hiring Judges (87) 2:40 PM to 2:50 PM
  • Top Two Primary (90) 3:00 PM to 3:30PM
  • Student Access Fund (86) 3:40 PM to 4:15PM
  • Drivers Cards (88) 4:25PM to 5:00PM
Where:

Multnomah County Central Library, US Bank Room, 801 SW 10th Ave, Portland

Gresham * Fairview * Troutdale Voter Forums

City Positions

When: October 8, Wednesday 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Where: Gresham City Council Chambers, 1333 NW Eastman Pkwy, Gresham

More information

Ballot Measures and State Representatives (Districts 49, 50, 51, 52)

When:

October 16, Thursday 5:00 PM to 7:45 PM

Where:

Gresham Library, Large Meeting Room, 385 NW Miller, Gresham

More information

 

September General Meeting

Government in our Daily Lives:  Looking locally

Is Portland the City that Works?

Seal of the City of PortlandDoes our unusual commission form of government:
Help city leaders address today's complex issues?
Encourage decisions that are equitable, sustainable, innovative, fact-based and cost-effective?
Make Portland's government more or less effective?
Make Portland’s government more or less responsive to residents?

Who: Chet Orloff, Professor and Historian, Portland State University
Amanda Fritz, Portland City Commissioner
LaVonne Griffith-Valade, City Auditor
Steve Johnson, Professor and Civic Engagement Expert, Portland State University
The program was taped by MetroEast Media and will be broadcast on the following schedule:

Monday 9/22  5:30PM Comcast 21/Frontier 32
Wednesday 9/24 6:00PM Comcast 29/Frontier 37
Monday 9/29 12:00PM (noon) Comcast 30/Frontier 38
Tuesday 9/30 4:30PM Comcast 30/Frontier 38

The program is available to viewed online here.

Susan B Komen Race for the Cure Sept 2010


Komen Race of the Cure-September 21

Join us for the 5 K Walk for the Cure.  Register on your own and notify Debbie Kaye.  She will organize a meeting time and place!


Sunday ParkwaysPortland Sunday Parkways-Southwest-September 28

Join the League in being intersection heroes for the Southwest Portland Sunday Parkways.  We will be registering voters, passing out information on upcoming election events and having fun! 

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