Get your nonpartisan, unbiased Voters’ Guide from a League friend or contact us. We have limited paper copies.
Here’s a link to the electronic version of the paper Voters’ Guide:
What does nonpartisan mean?
We do not support or oppose and political candidates or parties. Period.
The League of Women Voters of the United States (LWVUS) has issued a statement that says …
“Democracy only works when people stand up and vote. The League of Women Voters urges the American people not to be intimidated by this Commission: stay enrolled and encourage others to register to vote.
“Our elections have integrity. This Commission does not.”
For the full statement, visit the LWVUS’s website here.
Contact your senators and representatives today and let them know what you think.
To find your Oregon representatives’ contact information, visit this page.
Voters’ Guides Available Now!
League of Women Voters of Oregon statewide Voters’ Guides are now available. There are a limited number of hard copies. A few Voters’ Guides will be located at the Douglas County Elections office as of Tuesday 4/26/16, and at the Douglas County Public Library as well. There are a few copies at While Away Book now store on Harvard Ave in Roseburg.
Hard copy Voters’ Guides will also be distributed to Umpqua Valley League members at their Annual Meeting on Thursday, April 28, Noon at Elmer’s Restaurant. Be sure to attend this important meeting. Non-members are also welcome. For more information, call   .
Voters’ Guides are also available online here –> http://lwvor.org/front-page/voteresources/voters-guides-and-info/