The League of Women Voters, a nonpartisan political organization, encourages the informed and active participation of citizens in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy.
The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors passed a resolution to put a proposed meals' tax on the November ballot. Read more about the proposed meals' tax here.
LWV-VA wrote Pros and Cons of the two Constitutional Amendments on every Virginia ballot:
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Do you know who is running for office? Do you know their positions? Find your personalized ballot at vote411.org , the non-partisan League of Women Voters of the U.S. voter tool. Remember: local and state elections directly affect you!
8th District Candidate Forum Virginia's 8th District Candidate Forum will be televised live at the Fairfax Public Access TV station on Inside Scoop, Monday, Sept. 19, 7 to 8 p.m.
LWV of Fairfax Monthly Unit Meetings LWVFA Unit Meetings begin the second week of the month. Our next meetings will be in September where the topic will be "The League is Changing: Where We've Been, Where We Are Going & LWVFA's Role." Click here to see the schedule.
Read the September Fairfax VOTER Newsletter (Program Topic: The League is Changing: Where We've Been, Where We Are Going & LWVFA's Role.)
In July, the LWVFA Board adopted the new membership changes that the LWVUS Convention adopted at their biennial convention. The changes are reflected in the 2016 LWVFA (General Fund) Bylaws.
LWVFA Domestic Violence Article Do you know that boys and girls generally respond differently to exposure to domestic violence? LWVFA Domestic Violence Committee Chair Barbara Nunes and Adarsh Trehan, a Committee Member, explain here.
The League of Women VotersŪ of the Fairfax Area conducts monthly unit meetings where we hold discussions. Recent topics include: