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Observer Corps

Observer Training Completed
Mary Ross
Published on: 9/18/2021
Fifteen new LWVSC observers have been trained and reports are already being submitted to Observer Corps coordinator Rita Ireland. So far, reports include observations of the Arlington City Council, Snohomish County Tomorrow Planning Advisory Commission, and Mountlake Terrace DEI Commission. Learn more about how to view the reports and how you can still be trained as an observer.

LWVWA/LWVUS

LWVUS urges you to support voting rights
Jeanne Crevier
Published on: 9/20/2021
Voting is a sacred right. The national League of Women Voters urges you to take action now to raise your voice to the White House in favor of national reforms that would protect and enforce voting rights.

Children's Services Committee

Take The Next Step
Aisha Sial
Published on: 9/6/2021
Take The Next Step (TTNS) offers friendship, help, and hope to neighbors in need in East Snohomish County in efforts to keep children and family in their existing lodging rather than face homelessness. See how Take the Next Step tackles this problem.
Latest news on evictions
Published on: 8/26/2021
We have updated the resource section on the website to include the most up-to-date information concerning the state and federal eviction moratorium guidance. There is also a short summary of the existing standards and available eviction relief programs.

Natural Resources Committee

Getting to 100% Clean Energy in Snohomish County School Districts!
Nancy Johnson
Published on: 9/6/2021
School electrification can make a big difference in carbon emissions. A focus on decarbonizing both school buildings and student transportation will have the dual benefit of tackling climate change and improving student health.
Becoming an Evergreen Community
Joan Smith
Published on: 8/2/2021
The LWV Snohomish County Natural Resources Committee shared its Program of Work at the LWVWA Convention on June 25, 2021 in a presentation titled “Becoming an Evergreen Community.”

Voter Services Committee

Snohomish County Primary Election Determined by Very Few Voters
Jane McClure
Published on: 9/6/2021
The results of the Primary are in, and we have a lot of work to do! Less than 30% of the county's registered voters determined the results.
League Advocacy Resulted in Many 2021 Legislative Wins
Joan Lawson, Advocacy Portfolio Director, LWVWA
Published on: 5/6/2021
The 2021 legislative session ended with a bang on April 25, with stunning results for League issues.