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4th Annual LWVGH Fundraiser

Winnekeni Castle

The Greater Haverhill League of Women Voters held its 4th Annual Fundraiser on May 12, 2017, at Haverhill’s historic Winnekenni Castle. Those who attended had lots of fun, listened and danced to great music, competed for raffle prizes, and ate good food. For more, please visit 4th Annual Fundraiser.


The League of Women Voters of Massachusetts is backing the following bills.
Please call your state representatives and ask for their support.

Bill # Bill Title
H1726 An Act to promote green infrastructure, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and create jobs
S1821 An Act combating climate change
S1876/H2700 An Act relative to enhancing RPS standards
S1846/H2706 An Act relative to solar power and the green economy
H2683 An Act relative to protecting consumers of gas and electricity from paying for leaked and unaccounted for gas
H2148 An Act to require producer responsibility for collection, reuse, and recycling of discarded electronic products

 


LWV-GH is, like its namesake, a nonpartisan political organization that encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy. Since 1920, the League of Women Voters has fought to improve our systems of government and impact public policies. LWVGH is a local grassroots offshoot of LWV; its strength and importance come from its unique decentralized structure that works in harmony with our state and national organizations.

LWV-GH is committed to opening the doors of government to all of Greater Haverhill’s citizens. Our goal is a representative system of government that is transparent, responsive, responsible, and supportive of citizen participation. Our organization’s membership is open to both men and women, and our monthly meetings are always well-attended.

LWV-GH works to keep the public well-informed about government and social policy issues, provides objective information about both critical public policy issues and candidates seeking office, and promotes voter service programs (such as voter registration).

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