The May 2019 Voter is now available for you to read online or download! Be sure to do so ASAP, before the May 4 Annual Meeting and certainly before the May 17-19 LWV New Mexico State Convention! Some highlights of this issue: Report by the Co-Presidents, including a reminder that Albuquerque and Rio Rancho (and […]
May the 4th Be with Us Here’s the link! You’ll also be receiving a hardcopy of this issue, because this is the Annual Meeting issue. (May 4 at the Albuquerque Marriott Hotel) It’s a big one, containing the usual information about unit meetings, other upcoming events and the book review, but also: a report on […]
Download/view the March 2019 Voter, the newsletter of LWV Central New Mexico. Contents include: Report from the co-Presidents on the League’s lobbying efforts in Santa Fe March unit meetings, including Melanie Majors on “Transparency in State and local Agencies” and pending legislation at the luncheon meeting March 14. Remember, March is “Sunshine Month” Aja Nicole […]
Melanie Majors, executive director of the New Mexico Foundation for Open Government, will speak on the issue of transparency at the March 14 lunch meeting of the League of Women Voters of Central New Mexico. Lunch will be at the Embassy Suites Hotel, 1000 Woodward Place NE, off of Lomas and I-25 at 11:30 a.m. […]
At long last, the LWVCNM website has been redesigned! Please check out the new navigation and links. Let us know of any problems or improvements we can make. The home page now holds blog posts, which permit quick and easy updates by a variety of admins, so information should be much more current. We hope […]
Bernalillo County Commission Chairwoman Maggie Hart Stebbins will be our guest speaker on Thursday, Feb. 14 at 11:45 a.m. at the Embassy Suites. Hart Stebbins will discuss the ways the County Commission is allocating $20 million that taxpayers in Bernalillo County approved to rebuild the mental health services system dismantled by former NM Governor Susanna […]
Now you can view/download the updated Who’s Who, LWVCNM’s pamphlet guide to your elected representatives, and how to contact them! The Who’s Who is updated annually after each election.
The February 2019 Voter is now available to read and download! For all the details of the January Program Planning meeting, information on the February Units, the monthly book review (Political Tribes, by Amy Chua), and more, just click here.
Click here to read/download The Voter for January 2019. The Voter is the monthly newsletter of LWV Central New Mexico. This issue is a big one, with information on Unit meetings for January – all will deal with LWV New Mexico’s planned lobbying activities for the 60-day session of the New Mexico legislature, which opens […]
The League of Women Voters of Central New Mexico is sponsoring an informational forum on the Albuquerque Public Schools mail in bond election on January 8. The forum will be held at KANW, 2020 Coal Ave. SE and begins at 6:30 p.m. Members of the league are encouraged to attend. For people who can’t make […]
Welcome to the new year! On January 10 at 11:45 a.m. at the Embassy Suites Hotel we will hear from League of Women Voters of New Mexico Advocacy Chair Dick Mason. The New Mexico legislature opens in three weeks and this year a new governor and a much changed House of Representatives will likely lead […]
Lonna Atkeson, a professor of Political Science at the University of New Mexico will talk about the U.S. Midterm elections and their possible im-pact on this state at the luncheon meeting on December 13 at 11:30 a.m. at the Embassy Suites Hotel. Atkeson is considered a national expert in the field of election administration and […]
The December 2018 edition of LWVCNM’s monthly newsletter, The Voter, is now online! Articles include A reminder that Nov 29 (today!) is the Consensus Meeting for the State “Transfer of Federal Lands” study, Cherry Hills Library at 1:30pm. This is your opportunity to make League policy – add your voice! The December luncheon meeting will […]
The League of Women Voters of Central New Mexico will meet on Thursday, November 29 at 1:30 p.m. at the Cherry Hills Library in Albuquerque to discuss consensus questions raised during a two-year study on the Transfer of Federal Public Lands. If you have ever wondered how the league reaches a position on issues, come […]
If you have always been interested in learning how to lobby for the League of Women Voters of New Mexico, you have a great opportunity coming your way on Thursday, November 29 at 10:30 a.m. at the Cherry Hills Library (6901 Barstow St. NE) Dick Mason, the Advocacy Chair for the league will discuss our […]