What We Do

The League of Women Voters has worked since 1920 to improve local, state and national government and strengthen our communities through citizen education and action. Rooted in the fight for women’s suffrage, the League has grown to include men as members and to protect the rights of all eligible voters.

The League of Women Voters is nonpartisan; it never supports or opposes candidates or political parties. The League does take action on issues of importance to its members and the community, after studying them in-depth.

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2016 Ballot Initiatives

LWVCO supports these statewide ballot initiatives, based on League positions adopted through study and consensus:

SUPPORT Amendment 69 

State Health Care System

LWVCO supports Amendment 69 because it aligns with all tenets of LWVUS’s Healthcare position. Details

No one can provide future economic certainty. We can, however, look to the past and see that without reform, many will go without adequate health insurance and that costs will continue to escalate. Links to Economic Reports:  1 2  3

SUPPORT Amendment 70

State Minimum Wage

Why LWVCO supports raising the minimum wage

SUPPORT Amendment 72

Increase in Cigarette Tax

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SUPPORT Proposition 107

Presidential Primary Election

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SUPPORT Proposition 108

Primary Elections

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SUPPORT Amendment T

No Exception To Involuntary Servitude Prohibition

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SUPPORT Amendment U

Exempt Certain Possessory Interests From Property Taxes

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