Planning LWVUS Program 2024-26

This June, League delegates from across the country will meet at the LWVUS Biennial Convention in Washington, DC. Delegates will vote to elect officers, approve a budget, amend the LWVUS bylaws and adopt the LWVUS Program for 2024-26. 

The LWVUS Program is an education and advocacy platform. It represents membership's collective agreement on how to move LWVUS' mission forward over the next two years. The platform presented at the LWVUS Convention is the result of a national program planning process.

LWVUS Program consists of three parts:

  • Action to implement League Principles;
  • Study or concurrence on a governmental issue to develop new Positions or to update existing Positions; and
  • Action on government issues.

To engage in program planning, it's helpful first to review the LWVUS publication Impact on Issues. Here you'll find LWV principles and existing public policy positions that form the foundation for action. 

The current LWVUS Program for 2022-24 is entitled the Campaign for Making Democracy Work®. Under its umbrella are 5 policy pillars: Voting Rights, Improving Elections, Redistricting, Money in Politics, and Electoral College. Members' input through the national program planning process will determine whether the Campaign for Making Democracy Work® is readopted or modified for 2024-26.

Please join LWVAAC Action Chair Abby Root for a discussion of LWVUS Program on March 7. You are also invited to submit your input via this brief questionnaire

March 07, 2024 at 7:00pm - 8:30pm
Abby Root · · 443-672-8270
Alfa Stevens Amanda SubbaRao Alexis Dorsey Kathy Larrrabee Abby Root Joyce Martin Marguerite Duffy Niecy Chambers

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