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2018 VOTER INFORMATION GUIDE

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Members List:

President:
Peggy Boyd
1st Vice President:
Mary Hoke
2nd Vice President:
Kirsten Burkey
Secretary:
Sandy Mahaffey
Treasurer:
Pam Hallett
Director:
Linda Baer Bigley
Terri Crabbs
Meribeth Feher
Rosemary Grayson
Joanne Siembieda
Dorothy Sideropolis
Susan Smith
WEBMASTER:
Terri Crabbs

Helpful Links

Trumbull Co. Board of Elections

First Time Voter Guide

LWV of Ohio

LWV of United States

Ohio Secretary of State

Trumbull Co. Government Offices

Trumbull Co. Bar Association

Advance Northeast Ohio

Ohio Federation of Women's Clubs

Project Vote Smart

Mahoning River Consortium

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Voter Service

Revised in 2008

We support an active effort of service to the citizens of Trumbull County to increase voter participation in all elections. The League of Women Voters of Trumbull County will broaden their nonpartisan role in voter service to include: Developing an active Voter Service Committee, Educating the Electorate and League Membership in the voter process, Conducting voter registration drives prior to all elections, Facilitating Candidates Forums, strengthening the relationship between the League and the Board of Elections, maintaining an active Observer Corps and producing a yearly Voter Information Guide.

Land Use

Revised in 2006, 2007, 2009, 2012

We encourage the use by political subdivisions of planned goals and objectives for wise use of land, including the principals of smart growth, as a means of achieving a sound land use policy. This still allows the League to retain the position and is general enough to encompass all aspects of Land Use.

Service Agencies and Commissions

We advocate that boards of service agencies and commissions which are publicly funded should have a reasonable percentage of consumer representation, geographic representation, and representation from a cross-section of the community.


 
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