The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging informed and active participation in government.
It influences public policy through education and advocacy.
We are excited to host the 43rd League of Women Voters GA State Convention from May 19th-20th in Kennesaw. The early bird Convention Rate is $60! That rate applies until April 19, 2017. The Conference Rate after that time will be $75. Your Conference fee will include all materials, lunch and snacks. To register, Click Here. For hotel info and local attractions, Click Here.
Looking to get more involved with the Marietta-Cobb communities? Want to learn about government and current events? Interested in voter registration and protection? Consider becoming a member of the League of Women Voters of Marietta-Cobb. We are looking for dedicated individuals to join our cause: JOIN NOW
COME MAKE DEMOCRACY WORK - Volunteers are needed for Voter Registration at U.S. Citizenship ceremonies. Monthly Voter Registration Training will be held on the first Thursday of EVERY month - 5:30-6:30 PM The Rush Center - Event Annex Building 1530 DeKalb Ave NE Atlanta, GA 30307.
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