Making Democracy Work

Make Democracy Work!

The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging informed and active participation in government. It influences public policy through education and advocacy.

National Voter Registration Day is Tuesday, September 23.
LWVMC is registering voters that day at Golden Valley Health Center and Merced College Library. Check the calendar page for the details.


Want to know more about the State Propositions? Here's an in-depth analysis of each one: 2014 Analysis of State Propositions

LUNCH & LEARN: The State of California Water

October's Lunch & Learn features Dr. Joshua Viers, CITRIS Director & UC Merced Associate Professor, talking with us about water. RSVP right away as we may exceed seating capacity for this one.

To print or save this flyer, click here: October L&L flyer


It's a chance to see others who are interested in the topic, not to mention friends, and to learn more about it. Usually there are between 20 and 30 of us. We have a good lunch too!

We don't go to hear a "speech"; the presentations are informal. There's likely to be some back and forth, also, between lunchers and speakers.

And yes, there's always something to learn. At the last meeting, on the County budget, it became clear how many small decisions have to be made along the way, out of the spotlight + ones that affect the final result but aren't the kind anyone takes a vote on. I guess they're procedural, but they can make a difference.

So try it out! Learn something new, have some interesting conversations, and then go your way. Wiser and well fed. --Diane Amussen