|Ann Murphy, Lobby Team Chair
||December 02, 2019
Are You Ready for Action?
Are you frustrated with the political scene, feeling overwhelmed by its divisiveness and a general sense of personal powerlessness? Rather than watching—you can ACT! And make a real difference in Washington State politics.
There is still time to participate in the remaining two Action Workshops presented by the League of Women Voters of Washington. These workshops cover LWVWA advocacy priorities for the 2020 legislative session and will give you an opportunity to:
- Learn about critical issues facing our state
- Help us flex our political muscle in Olympia.
- Get the inside scoop on what to expect for the upcoming legislative session.
- Discuss the issues of greatest interest to you with legislators and our Lobby Team Issue Chairs.
- Network with other advocates involved in the League.
- Gain the knowledge, skills, and confidence to be a more effective, powerful advocate for the issues you care about.
Register now for these workshops (more detailed information on the registration site)—
- December 7 Action Workshop in Seattle (hosted by LWV Seattle-King Co.)
First Baptist Church, 1111 Harvard Ave, Seattle, WA 98122
Seattle City Councilmember Lorena González will be our keynote speaker. The workshop will focus on Money in Politics, Clean Elections, and Voting Justice in Communities of Color, and will feature breakout sessions on key LWVWA Issues.
- January 4 Action Workshop in Kingston (hosted by LWV Kitsap Co.)
Village Green Community Center, 26159 Dulay Rd NE, Kingston, WA 98346
This workshop will feature speakers on Education and Revenue, along with breakout sessions on key LWVWA Issues.
The $30 registration fee includes lunch and all materials. Day of event walk-ins are $40. There is a reduced rate of $10 for those under 24 and scholarships are available.
Get re-energized and re-enthused when you join with other advocates to plan our strategy for legislative success in Olympia. Get inspired!