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A Civics Text by the League of Women Voters of Washington Education Fund

Politics of the Possible

Politics of the Possible
The Incredible Story of Mary Ellen McCaffree

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Vote411 Available to Washington Voters Now for
August Primary
Grab a Cup, Your Ballot, a Pen and Go to Vote411.org  
Ballots must be postmarked August 5 or in Ballot Drop Boxes by 8 pm on August 5

   Vote411.org: The Election Information You Need                

Thumbs up for Voting in the 2014 Primary!Primary elections are the opportunity to advance the candidates that you care about to the general election. Spread the word to encourage friends and neighbors to vote in the Primary and let them know that Vote411, the League's online, nonpartisan voters' guide is there to help! Enter your address to see all the candidates and issues on your ballot. Candidates answer questions about  local issues in their own words. Then you  can compare their answers side-by-side. Thanks to Seattle CityClub for giving a Thumbs Up for Voting!
Tell Your Representative to Move Forward on Voting Rights!

Access to the vote is not about politics; it’s about justice and equality.  Learn more and act now on the LWVUS website
Breaking News: LWVWA Stands Up for Civility 

 "Washington voters face a critical choice when it comes to safer communities...and they deserve to have all sides of the debate focused on reseasonable, solution-based dialogue -- not finger pointing and scare tactics," said LWVWA President Kim Abel responding to recent comments on Target Incident at the LWV Seattle-King County this week. LWVWA thanks all our supporters who have stood by our side during this time. Read more...


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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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