Empowering Voters to Defend our Democracy Empoderar Votantes Para Defender Nuestra Democracia
LWV of Napa County is pleased to host a screening of “Story of Plastic” and a panel discussion around taking action on this issue, October 28, 7 – 8:15 via ZOOM. This film takes a sweeping look at the human-made crisis of plastic pollution and the worldwide effect on the health of our planet and the people who inhabit it.
The screening is available via digital steaming from October 12 - 28, 2020
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You can make a reservation to attend the panel discussion and Q & A on October 28, 7-8:15 pm by registering below.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
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When it comes to the Census everyone counts!
This year proves to be busy for the Napa League. Our plans for 2020 include celebrating the League of Women Voter's 100th anniversary and work with the 2020 Complete Count Census Committee.
Foremost, the League's DNA is grounded in our election work. As we gear up for the March primary and November elections strategy continues with public education and outreach. We will offer free Easy Voter Guides in Spanish and English, candidate forums, pros and con presentations and registering voters and pre-registering 16 - 17-year-olds.
In order to increase our capacity and community presence, we need your help.
Please consider a donation of $20 for the 2020 election. Your tax-deductible donation will go a long way in our League and give you a sense of pride to know that you are strengthening our democracy by sharing nonpartisan information from a trusted source.
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Thank you for your continued support of the Napa County League of Women Voters.
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Complete Count Census 2020
The Napa League is a community partner in the Complete Count Census 2020. Our sites are set on encouraging the hard to count community to participate in the census.
$2,000 per person, per year in local funding is lost when we don't count everyone. Hospitals, fire departments, funding for childcare and our state representatives are also determined by the number of people counted.