History includes all Americans.
We honor King’s memory and legacy.
On August 28, 1963, standing on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial—a monument to the president who a century earlier had brought down the institution of slavery in the United States—Martin Luther King, Jr. shared his vision of a future in which “this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed: ‘We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal.’” From History.com
The speech and march cemented King’s reputation at home and abroad; later that year he was named “Man of the Year” by TIME magazine and in 1964 became, at the time, the youngest person ever awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.
Here is a link to the recording of the Ukraine Zoom meeting held on 10/15/22: http://bit.ly/3ECM21M
We must take care of our democracy and help Ukraine get their’s back. Stop all war. It’s obsolete.
The video of the Public Forum held on Oct. 18th of the Douglas County Clerk, Dan Loomis, is available here. Mr. Loomis explains how the Nov. 8 election processes work here in Douglas County, Oregon.
General Election 2022 Candidate Interviews and Forum Links
General Election 2022 Candidate Forums were held in the month of October, mostly via Zoom. Check our webpage for links to the recordings.
Other forums in southern Oregon:
League of Women Voters of Curry County – Brookings, Gold Beach, Port Orford, and rural Curry County
League of Women Voters of Coos County – Coos Bay, North Bend, Bandon, Coquille, Lakeside, Reedsport, Myrtle Point, Powers
League of Women Voters of Lane County – Eugene, Lane County
League of Women Voters of Rogue Valley – Medford, Ashland
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Women’s InEquality Day
|August 26, otherwise known as Women’s Equality Day, marks the anniversary of the certification of the 19th amendment, which granted some women the right to vote. But now we have fewer rights than we’ve had in decades!|
|Nineteenth Amendment: The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of sex.Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation.|
|We call on our lawmakers to:|
1) Pass voting rights legislation
2) Add the Equal Rights Amendment to the Constitution
3) Restore reproductive rights to all who experience pregnancy
Primary Election May 17, 2022
Official results are in!
Official certified results have been posted on the Secretary of State’s website and on the Douglas County Elections department website.
41.72% of registered voters in Douglas County voted in the Primary Election 2022.
- LWVOR’s Voters’ Guide for statewide candidate statements at the Roseburg Public Library or the Douglas County Clerk’s office.
- Also check out the Oregon state Voters Pamphlet.
- Visit the Douglas County Elections website.
- For more information on candidates, see Vote411.org.
Mail in your ballot — plan on mailing it in a week before the election. Or drop it off at an Official Dropbox.
See more on our Voter information webpage.
Douglas County Commissioner Candidates Public Forum 4-26-22 Update
Photos from the forum held on 4-26-22
Thank you for attending the Douglas County Commissioners Candidates Forum on April 26, 2022! ICYMI, here’s the Link to the recording of the forum.
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Douglas County Commissioner Candidates will introduce themselves and answer questions from the League and the audience. Douglas County Commissioners Candidates Public ForumDouglas County FairgroundsCascade West Building7PM – 8:30PM This is a Public Forum open to all. Please attend!Sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Umpqua Valleylwvuv.org Meet the candidates! Figure out who to vote…
The Umpqua Valley Quilters Guild will host the 37th Annual Quilt Show at the Douglas County Fairgrounds in Douglas Hall on the weekend of April 22-24, 2022. The League of Women Voters of Umpqua Valley is one of the sponsors. There are 250 quilt entries, including suffrage quilts. The League is honored to choose the…