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Reports from the LWV 51st National Convention

Did you know the LWV of Anne Arundel County sent two delegates to the National Convention in Dallas, Texas, June 6 - 10, 2014?  Click here to see what they learned, and the materials they brought back to share with our League.

One thing the LWVAAC delegates realized was that it's not possible for one, or even two, people to take advantage of all the informational sessions Convention has to offer.  To gain additional insights and a different perspective, click here for a special post-Convention edition of The Virginia Voter, containing articles by delegates from our neighboring state.

 

Coming This Fall

Rising Seas, Rising Concern: How will climate change affect Anne Arundel County?

Dr. Donald Boesch

September 10, 2014 7 p.m.

Annapolis Area Library

Click here to download a flyer

 


What's Happening

The documents listed below were prepared in conjunction with the Crossroads project, a national grassroots self-examination of the League of Women Voters.  The recommendations of the Crossroads project were presented and adopted at the LWVUS Convention in 1994.

Also provided, for comparison, is Anne Arundel County's 2014 proposed national study, LWV 20/20.  


LWVAAC Recap: LWVUS 51st National Convention 2014
(posted by LWV Anne Arundel County MD)

The League of Women Voters 51st National Convention was held June 6 -10, 2014 in Dallas, Texas.  Click on the file name to download the post-convention report of the two delegates from Anne Arundel County, Carolyn Ciepiela and Niecy Chambers.