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Demo of new Butler Cnty voting machines by Eric Corbin

September 2019 meeting

Eric Corbin, Butler County Board of Elections, demos new voting machines at LWV Oxford public meeting

2019 4th of July Parade - Oxford (OH)

2019 Independence Day Parade

League members march in 2019 4th of July parade

Spring 2019 Voter Registration

2019 Voter Registration Drive

League members register new voters in Spring 2019

2019-2020 LWV Oxford (OH) Officers

2019-2020 Officers

2019-2020 LWV Oxford officers attending local convention

August 2018 Voter Registration Drive

2018 Voter Registration Drive

League partners with Miami University to register new voters

4th of July 2018 - Suffragettes Parade

2018 Independence Day Parade

League members march in 2018 4th of July parade

Oxford

The League of Women Voters, a nonpartisan political organization, encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy.

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This year there are more concerns than ever about polling place procedures, rules and security, so we’ve summarized those issues here:

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Read candidate responses to questions and review the issues/tax levies that will be on your ballot.

Event Date: 
Nov 18 2020 - 7:00pm
Event location: 

Zoom online event

Panelists: Mark Boardman, Chair of the Climate Action Steering Committee for the City of Oxford; David Prytherch, Oxford City Council Member; Jonathan Levy and Adam Sizemore, Co-Chairs of the Miami University Climate Action Task F

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If you missed the Butler County Meet the Candidates Forum you can view it on YouTube.

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The candidates for election to the Ohio House of Representatives 53rd District faced off in a debate on October 6th, co-hosted by Miami University's Menard Family Center for Democracy, the Journal News and the League of Women Voters of Oxford.

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The three certified candidates for election to the Ohio Senate from the 4th District faced off in a debate co-hosted by Miami University's Menard Family Center for Democracy, the Journal News and the League of Women Voters of Oxford.

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