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Join us for an informal conversation about the League and your part in the organization. RSVP to email@example.com. While the Austin Area is in Stage 4 of Covid-19 precautions, meetings will be virtual via Zoom.
Join us in commemorating the birthday of Dr. Alice Paul. Alice was an American suffragist and women‘s rights activist. She and Lucy Burns formed the National Woman‘s Party. Paul endured imprisonment and forced- feedings in her fight for voting rights.
LWV Voter Registration table at Hays County CommonUnity MLK Jr. Festival• Sunday, 16 January, 4 PM• Hays County Courthouse lawn• Plans are in the works for music, food trucks, vendors, activities
New election laws are in place for the March 1st, 2022 Primaries. We will review some of the new laws that impact Texas voters.
Join us in commemorating the birthday of Oveta Culp Hobby. Oveta was the first Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, first Director of the Women‘s Army Corps, and a Chairperson of the Board of the Houston Post. Her husband, William Hobby, was the Texas Governor who signed the law allowing women in Texas to vote in a primary election.
Monthly on the third Friday, League Presidents are invited to join LWVTX President Grace Chimene for a monthly video chat - always on the third Friday of the month at noon. View details for joining info.
#OnThisDay in 1964, the United States ratified the 24th Amendment, which prohibited poll tax in elections for federal officials.
Monthly on the fourth Tuesday
Hosted by Dorothy Marchand, LWVTX‘s Vice President of Voter Education
This is a monthly meeting of the League’s Voter Services leaders to share challenges confronted by, and solutions and resources available to, our local Leagues.
Per Member Payments (PMP)
Two bills every League must pay are the Per Member Payments (PMPs) due to the state and national Leagues. The rate of the PMP is determined at the LWVTX and LWVUS biennial conventions, and once voted by the attendees, is good for two years. Your League’s amount is based on League membership on January 31 each year as shown in the national member database. You will
receive an invoice from LWVTX and LWVUS in July of each year, and your League can pay the bill quarterly, semi-annually or annually.