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Published On 6/17/2022
We recently received a generous donation in the name of Harriet Spanel from an anonymous member. Harriet served in the Washington State House of Representatives for three terms and for four terms in the Senate.
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Published On 6/24/2022
In response to today’s decision by the US Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade, The League of Women Voters of Bellingham and Whatcom County stands with the national League of Women Voters decrying the decision.
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Published On 6/18/2022
LWV members gathered at the Mt Baker Theatre on June 18 for the annual member meeting. The results of the ballot were announced, and the audience was inspired by a special presentation from Stephen Gockley, encouraging members to advocate on local issues.
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Published On 6/17/2022
To help voters gather information they can use to inform their decisions about candidates, the League of Women Voters of Bellingham/Whatcom County is holding their annual candidate forums via Zoom. You can watch them on your phone, computer or other device, and they’ll be recorded for future viewing.
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Published On 6/17/2022
The League of Women Voters Bellingham Whatcom County wants your input prior to our candidate forums. What issues are important to you? What questions do you have for the candidates?
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Help Wanted

Published On 6/17/2022
Get Out the Vote activities are being planned now, e.g. Birchwood International Market (7/15), Budfest (7/16), Sunnyland Stomp (7/16), Summerfest South Valley (8/20) and others. With these events comes the opportunity for the LWV volunteers to register and inform voters about the voting process. More events are being planned for food banks, libraries, senior living facilities, and under-represented communities.
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Published On 6/17/2022
Are you interested in making a contribution to the League? The Communications Team is looking for a media outreach person to help with League publicity. Even if you don’t have PR experience, you could be a good fit if you are organized, have good writing skills, and are comfortable with digital technology.
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General

The League of Women Voter of Bellingham/Whatcom County is excited to introduce its new website and member management system. Members are encouraged to log into the new site to complete their registration process.
Take a look around and let us know what you think! Contact the webmaster@lwvbellinghamwhatcom.org with any questions or comments.
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Racial Equity/Healthy Democracy

Published On 6/17/2022
Whatcom County diversity was celebrated at the Depot Market Square on Sunday, June 12th. Organized by the Racial Equity/Healthy Democracy (RE/HD) issue team of the LWV Bellingham/Whatcom County, it was a wonderful afternoon of community building. There were numerous opportunities to explore and learn about customs and culture of members of some of our BIPOC residents of Whatcom County.
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