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Thumbs up for Voting in the 2014 Primary!Now that primary election season has passed, registration deadlines for the general are coming up fast!  Conduct voter registration in your community now so that potential voters don't miss out on making their voices heard.  Spread the word to encourage voter registration and participation this election season! 

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League President's Testimony Informs Voting Rights Report

NVCR logoOn August 6th, the National Commission on Voting Rights released a report called Protecting Minority Voters: Our Work is Not Done.  This report incorporates testimony given by LWVWA President Kim Abel at the Seattle Regional Hearing in April, as well as testimony from other prominent organizations including Idaho and Oregon Leagues.  You can read the executive summary or full report to learn more about where and how minority voters continue to be harmed by racial discrimination in voting.

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LWVWA's Gun Safety Toolkit

The online Gun Safety Toolkit is a collection of sound, fact-based resources to spark civil discussion and advocacy about gun safety in our communities. We encourage you to use this toolkit in forums, in your communications and as a resource guide, and to share the link with your members and others in the community.

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