For all communication needs, questions, and/or requests, please email Jen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Vote411 Catalog and Pricing
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Social Media Toolkits
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Contact for local League communications support:
Staff Information: See this document for a list of staff with a description of their role, bio, and contact information.
Committees of the League Board
The state board of the League of Women Voters of Maine and the trustees of the LWVME Education Fund have established the following joint and separate committees. Off-board members are welcome. If you are interested in serving on one of these committees, contact us at email@example.com.
Jill Ward, President
Pamela Cox, Vice President
Susana Hancock, Secretary
Ann Luther, Treasurer
Pamela Cox (Chair)
Laura Christy Genese
Susana Hancock (chair)
Equity, Inclusion, and Membership Committee
Ann Luther (chair)
Ann Luther (Chair)
Council of Local League Leaders
Peg Balano Chair (Portland)
Susan Parks (Capital Area)
Lilli Martin (Midcoast)
Maryanne Ogonowski (Downeast)
Barbara McDade (Bangor)
Minutes of State Board Meetings
Find prior League minutes here.
Minutes of the Meetings of the LWVME Education Fund Trustees
Find prior Ed. Fund minutes here.
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Questions? Don't hesitate to reach out to us or ask for help. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Forums in a Box
Published Aug 2022
The Forums in a Box Toolkit for Local Organizers has been developed to help community organizations partner with the League of Women Voters to conduct candidate and issue forums in local communities. This toolkit is also designed to offer guidance to Local League chapters organizing candidate and issue forums in their area.
Case for Support
Published Nov 2021
The League stands for the right of all people to be active participants in their government. We educate voters, empower people to participate in civic life, and advocate for policies that strengthen our democracy. Here is our organizational strategy to achieve our goals for 2022 and beyond.
Resources for Voter Service: Includes information for naturalization and voter registration volunteers and information for organizing candidate issue forums.
League Events: Search current and past League events.
Accessibility, Inclusion, and Equity: Resources and Action Steps
Pronoun and Gender Guidance: This guide is to help anyone learn how to use people’s correct pronouns and to foster a more inclusive space at the League. Everyone in the League should engage in learning, educating, and advocating for the inclusive use of pronouns for all.
League Lingo: Terms that have special meaning in the League
Advocacy Priorities: The LWVME state board has adopted the following long-term advocacy priorities: Voting Rights, Clean Elections & Campaign Finance Reform, Election Administration, Ethics & Disclosure, Freedom of Information, and Good Government.
Generic Task List: for organizing public events