Dear League Supporters,
As the election approaches, we have many different events planned and there will be events and important information that pop up on a regular basis. So, we are beginning a new weekly newsletter update to ensure that you never miss a beat.
For the week of, September 21st:
We are asking you to please send any endorsement sheets and/or voter guides from other organizations you belong to so that we can compile them all on a blog page. We recognize that many voters use endorsements from organizations that have missions they support and voter guides with a range of questions while preparing to vote. You can send this information to: email@example.com
If you were unable to attend our ballot question forum on Saturday the 19th, we recorded the event and it is now on our LWVN blog, along with additional information about Ballot Question One: https://lwvnvblog.org/new-2020-ballot-questions-analysis/
You can read the pro and con sides of each ballot question here:
Question No. 1: Board of Regents
Question No. 2: Same-Sex Marriage
Question No. 3: Pardons Board
Question No. 4: Voter Rights
Question No. 6: Renewable Energy Promotion Initiative
The League of Women Voters of Southern and Northern Nevada is currently partnering with the American Association of University Women to record conversations about education with the education candidates. You can watch the recordings we have so far here: https://lwvnvblog.org/edconvo/
The Jewish Film Festival is lifting up our indigenous community this year by featuring our United States Poet Laureate, Joy Harjo. The League of Women Voters of Southern Nevada is a cosponsor of the event. You can RSVP for the virtual events here: https://www.lvjff.org/let-there-be-no-regrets
On Friday evenings, until October 30th, we are hosting Judicial Candidates & the Courts Open House events via Zoom, 6-7:30 pm, you can RSVP for the September 25th meeting here: https://actionnetwork.org/events/judicial-candidates-the-courts-open-house/
During these open house events, we meet the judicial candidates and discuss how our judicial system works.
Starting on Saturday, September 26th, we will be hosting Education Candidates Open Houses with our education candidates. You can RSVP here: https://actionnetwork.org/events/education-candidates-open-house/
We will meet the candidates and chat about education in Nevada.
Lastly, the election is fast approaching, so now is the time to start preparing to vote early to stay safe, whether you vote by mail or in-person, please vote early. You can review the election rules and processes here: https://lwvnvblog.org/updates-2020-general-election/
Nevada is stronger when we work together.