Voter Information

SmartVoter.org - Humboldt
Nonpartisan info about ALL of the contests and issues on your ballot, from national offices to the most local measures. SmartVoter.org is one-stop shopping
for California voters.
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Nonpartisan information on candidates, political parties and propositions for state and national level contests.
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Get informed fast. Available topics include: 'The State Budget' 'Ballot Measures' and 'How to Choose a Political Party'.
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Advocacy

Vote with the League in November! Read more...

The LWVHC supports Measure S, the Eureka City School Bond Issue.

LWVHC Calendar

November

Election - VOTE!
November 4
Board Meeting
November 4, 5:30 P.M.
League Office
434 7th St. Eureka
Civic Engagement Study Meeting
November 13, 5:30 P.M.
League Offices
434 7th St. Eureka

December

2015 Civic Contribution Award Nomination deadline
December 1
Download our Award Nomination form
Board Meeting
December 14, 1:45 P.M.
2249 Graham Road, Bayside
Holiday Party
December 14, 2 P.M.
2249 Graham Road, Bayside
Bill of Rights Day
December 15
Commemorates the ratification of the Bill of Rights on this date in 1791

The League of Women Voters
of Humboldt County

Our Mission: The League of Women Voters, a nonpartisan political organization, encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy.

NEWS

Nonpartisan Ballot Measure Information

Pros & Cons

Click here to access the Pros & Cons online.

Every election where there are ballot measures, the League of Women Voters of California creates the Pros & Cons, a nonpartisan publication discussing each ballot measure.

LWVHC Candidate Forums

Watch, Volunteer, VOTE!

Click Here for a complete schedule and links to watch online (when available).

There are no forums for State Senate, Assembly nor Del Norte Sheriff; candidates did not agree on dates.

Holiday Party - December 14, 2 P.M.

Join us for friendship and good cheer!

We are a hard-working organization, but we like to have fun as well! Please bring an appetizer to share, and a can of food (to go to the Food Bank) or donate a gift for a teen-aged girl (soaps, lotions, make-up, hair accessories, nail polish, etc.) Please RSVP your attendance to Anne at 822-1161. Leaving a message on her machine is just fine.

Directions: From 101, take the Bayside Cutoff. At Old Arcata Rd., turn left. Graham is the first right. We’re the third house on the left. Park on the street, the grass, or in the driveway. Car-pooling is recommended.

There will be a brief Board meeting at 1:45 before the party begins.

Whom Will You Nominate?

2015 Civic Contribution Award

Humboldt County is blessed with many people and organizations who go above and beyond to make our community a better place to live. Let us know about YOUR local heroes by emailing the League about why your choice is a good match for our Civic contribution award or by filling out our nomination form and submitting it by December 1.

Download our Award Nomination form and find out more.

Latest Newsletter Is Now Available

Click here to download the lastest VOTER

Civic Engagement Study and Observer Corps Meeting

Join Us!

If you are interested in taking part in the study on Civic Engagement or the Observer Corps please contact me at 616-7209 or send me an email at mskristamath@gmail.com. The first study meeting for Civic Engagement is on November 13 at 5:30 at the League Office.

~LWVHC Vice President Krista Miller

Renew Your League Membership!

Thank You Being A Member of the League

Click here to pay your 2014-2015 dues.

League dues are due, and we've made it easy to renew your support of the League.

President's Greeting

Happy Autumn to everyone! We have had so many beautiful sunny days––and we have even had some of that rain that we need so badly. I hope you are enjoying our beautiful Humboldt County. I KNOW you have all been busy with our many League activities. I hope you have all had a chance to learn about candidates and issues from our KEET-TV forums and community presentations of Pros and Cons on the California Ballot Propositions and local Ballot Measures. Presenting unbiased information to voters is what we do in our Voter Service and Community Education as we prepare for the November 4 election. We have also registered many new voters through our booths at fairs. A big thank you to our many members who volunteer for these programs.

Last month I asked you to let me know if you were reading the VOTER online, and I offered a gift to the first five people who responded. Two Past Presidents, Judy Bennett and Nan Nieboer, were in the first five but they asked not to be considered for a gift, so the five winners were Peg Gardner, Elaine Weinreb, Willa Mauro, Wendy Harden and Pamela Nakamoto. Congratulations to all of you! I appreciate everyone who responded, but I had hoped to hear from many more of you. We are still working to find the best ways to communicate with our members. We are also trying the new meeting times (Sunday afternoon and Thursday evening) to see if they are easier for you to attend. Please let us know if we are on the right track and how we can serve YOU better.

One of our greatest communication tools is our VOTER. For a number of years Amanda Windsor has been our VOTER editor, producing a consistently attractive and informative newsletter to let you know about our many League activities during the year. She even received LWVC awards for her work! She has earned a well-deserved rest from this particular job as she is now Co-President and has many other duties in that role. Please join me in thanking Amanda for her excellent job as our VOTER editor for so many years!

However, we could not have let Amanda retire without our new board member, Leslie Leach, stepping up and offering to take over the job as VOTER editor. We know she will do a great job in this position, and we look forward to her first edition in November. Thank you, Leslie!

Check out the calendar for the Civic Engagement Study meeting on November 13 and our Holiday Party on December 14, when we will celebrate the holiday season with good food and friendship! I hope to see all of you there.

And remember to VOTE on November 4!

~LWVHC Co-President Byrd Lochtie