League of Women Voters of Nebraska
The fall 2022 issue of the Nebraska Voter features several stories about the activism and advocacy of the state and local Leagues to educate and inform voters on the candidates and initiatives that will be on the ballot for the Nov. 8 general election.
Following the election, the LWVNE’s efforts will be focused on the 2023 legislative session. To prepare for the upcoming session, the LWVNE is asking its members to recruit Nebraskans throughout the state to help with its advocacy efforts, especially in counties and legislative districts without League representation.
The fall 2022 Nebraska Voter also includes a member spotlight on Judy Reimer of the Hastings LWV; an update on the promotion of the LWVNE’s Schools 101 presentation and educational resources; and reports from officers, directors and local League presidents.
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