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Schools and Communities First Press Conference

Conference announcing 860,000 signatures to qualify Schools and Communities First on November 2020 ballot! The League of Women Voters joined Communities for a New California, Faith in Fresno Clergy Caucus, 99Rootz, and California Alliance for Retired Americans.

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75+ years of Making Democracy Work in Fresno County

The League of Women Voters of Fresno is a nonprofit, nonpartisan political organization encouraging informed and active participation in government.                 We influence public policy through education and advocacy. 






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You can make a difference! Be sure to vote in the November 3, 2020 Presidential Election! Here are our voting recommendations for the statewide propositions on your ballot:

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The climate action committee of the League of Women Voters of Fresno has been working on developing questions about climate change that would be useful to ask candidates.  We hope that these will help you to clarify their knowledge of the problems

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OP-ED PIECE – for Fresno County August 5, 2020 Nothing will stop democracy in America, not even a global COVID-19 pandemic! Every eligible United States citizen will have the opportunity to vote in the November 3, 2020 Presidential Election.

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As part of its BigTell program the Central Valley Community Foundation recently awarded a grant to our League to produce a video themed 100 years of suffage in the valley. We are excited to share this with you. Take a peek. 

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Mono Lake Sierras

Hasn’t the view of the snow-capped Sierras been a treat for the past few weeks? The cooler weather has made it easy to have a false sense of security about our Valley’s air quality and climate change risks.

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The California Supreme Court issued a landmark ruling on Christmas Eve in favor of the public-interest appellants League of Women Voters of Fresno, Sierra Club, and Revive the San Joaquin.

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Click here to for a short video introduction on who we are and how we continually are working to improve our communities.

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