The time has come for local leagues to develop responses to the consensus questions related to the LWVOK’s study updating our current positions on education. This process requires a group to find solutions that everyone actively supports, or at least can live with. The consensus questions can be found below for review. During the meeting, short presentations will be made …
Please mark your calendar for our General Membership/Consensus Meeting on Saturday, January 10, 2015 | 9:30 am – 12:00 pm | Martin Regional Library | 2601 S. Garnett Rd.
Oklahoma State University, in partnership with OETA and the Oklahoma League of Women Voters, will be the host site for a state gubernatorial debate between Republican incumbent Mary Fallin and Democratic challenger Joe Dorman on Thursday, Oct. 2 at 7 p.m., as part of the OSU Debate Series: Decision 2014 and OETA’s Oklahoma Votes 2014 statewide election coverage.
Moving can be both exciting and difficult. I have left the Tulsa League as its administrative director to become the president of the League of Women Voters of Oklahoma, and it’s time to say goodbye and hello. First, I want to make sure that all the volunteers and members of the Tulsa League of Women Voters know how much I …
The League of Women Voters is strictly non-partisan on candidates and political parties, but we do take positions on public policy issues. We oppose State Question 759 which would end state affirmative action programs and we support SQ 762 which would remove the governor from the parole process. Read why.
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