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View the League-presented debate between the candidates for Congressional district 25, Mark Assini and Louise Slaughter, broadcast on October 21, 2014, on News 8 - WROC-TV.

The League of Women Voters of New York State supports a

Yes Vote for Proposal 1:
An Amendment, Revising State's Redistricting Procedure

This is a rare chance to fix a broken and rigged redistricting system in Albany that has existed for 50 years.
On November 4, YOU can improve this system.

VOTE YES FOR PROPOSAL 1 on the back of the ballot.

To learn more about Proposal 1, visit the Vote Yes for Progress website and watch this video produced by the League's Vote Yes for Progress partner, Citizens Union.


Read City Newspaper's endorsement of Proposition 1 and the "Speaking Out" column in the Democrat and Chronicle by LWV-RMA co-presidents Mary Hussong-Kallen and
Gloria S. Read.

Remember to vote on November 4 and don't forget that the proposals are on the BACK of your ballot.

To learn more about the candidates and proposals on your ballot, visit Vote411.

LWV-RMA, The Children’s Agenda and
The Center for Governmental Research present:

Our Beatrice Bibby Endowment Forum:
Stand with Families and Children
in Our Community!

Hear the latest report on childcare for all children in Monroe County:

• Only 22% of all eligible families actually receive subsidies for
quality childcare - can we do better?
• How do we influence policy makersto make smart investments
for all families?

Our Presenter:
Erika Rosenberg, Center for Governmental Research (CGR)
Our Panel:
Erika Rosenberg, CGR
Nancy Kaplan, Rochester’s Child & Community Foundation
Sarah Davis, Parent
Carolyn Lee-Davis, The Children’s Agenda & Early Childhood
Development Initiative

Thursday, November 13, 2014
7:00 – 8:30 PM
Asbury First United Methodist Church
1050 East Avenue, Rochester NY

Handicapped Accessible/Parking in Rear
Pre-registration is appreciated: click here or call 585-262-3730


The League is a nonpartisan, political organization which encourages the informed and active participation of citizens in government, and influences public policy through education and advocacy. The League is NOT limited to women — men can join in the fight as well.

Click here to see the list of candidates who have signed the 2014 Fair Elections Practices Campaign Pledge

"We look forward to a positive, fair, issue-based campaign."
SHEILA ABELING, vice president of Rochester Area League of Women Voters

In "SAID in the Democrat and Chronicle, September 4, 2014


League of Women Voters of New York State October Voter is now available.


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