First things first: the League office has moved! Now it’s at 2501 San Pedro NE, Suite 216, just a ways further north than it used to be.
In other news, a reminder that the old Yahoo-based LWVCNM Topics listserv is dead and gone. If you haven’t already joined the new list, email@example.com, maybe it’s time you gave it a try!
Now, a brief rundown on the contents of the July Voter:
Online “unit meetings” will be conducted in July – how to get help setting up and joining
Watch TV! New Mexico PBS will show “The Vote”, a two part “American Experience” special showing the week of July 6
Work on the Voter Guide has begun, and volunteers are needed
LWV National Convention was June 25-27. Find out all about it at the July 9 online unit meeting
The 2020 Census! Don’t forget
30th anniversary of the Petroglyph National Monument, and how your local League helped it come to be
A report from Voter Services chair Mary Ellen Smith on voting during the COVID-19 pandemic, and how the legislature’s special session addressed it
An urgent resolution for Racial Justice for Black People and All People of Color, from the Leagues of Missouri, Arizona, California, Delaware, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New York and New Mexico
The Kerner Commission on Civil Disorders: appointed in 1967 and still relevant today
and much more! Be sure to check it out!
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