Observers / Advocacy

Observers

LWVCNM members attend, in person or remotely, a variety of local governmental organizations. The following are reports for 2024 from our observers (PDF format). A link to older reports is here.

Albuquerque City Council

Observer report January 8, 2024 Observer report January 22 February 5 2024

2023 / 2024 Albuquerque Public School (APS) Board

Observer report December 6, December 20, January 3 2024Observer report January 17 February 7 2024

Bernalillo County Commission

Observer report January 2024Observer report March 2024

Sandoval County Commission

Observer report January 10, 2024Observer report January 24, 2024
Observer report February 7, 2024

Observer Archives
Observer reports for 2023 can be found HERE.

Advocacy

The Local Advocacy Committee (LAC) supports the advocacy efforts of the League of Women Voters of Central New Mexico (LWVCNM) by assisting members who believe that the League should advocate on a local public issue. They are a resource to help members understand when and how the League can engage in local advocacy as a nonpartisan and impartial organization. This page contains a resource guide produced by the LWV: Observing Your Government in Action / Protecting Your Right to Know. There are also links to the guidelines for advocacy and the Observer Corp.

Observing Your government in Action / Protecting Your Right to Know: A resource guide

These guidelines explain the processes needed to advocate or lobby for issues on behalf of the League of Women Voters. Advocacy Guidelines

These guidelines explain what is involved in being part of the Observer Corp, attending public meetings on behalf of the League of Women Voters. Observer Corp Guidelines

The League of Women Voters U.S. has compiled this guideline (PDF) for League observers: