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WHAT DOES THE WESTCHESTER COUNTY BUDGET MEAN FOR YOU?

From the left: Bev Sved, LWVW; Gideon Grande, Asst. Budget Dir.; Larry Soule, Budget Dir.; Betsy Shaw Weiner, LWVW.

You can view a recording of Larry Soule's presentation of the 2018 Proposed Westchester County budget on November 17, 2017 at Scarsdale Library.

Watch it here.

HOLIDAY LUNCHEON AND SPEAKER

YOU'RE INVITED FOR FOOD AND FRIENDSHIP!!!

Festive luncheon with a report from the Chair of the Fair Campaign Practices Committee, Susan Pace Guma. Come and hear their findings on unfair campaigning in this past election.

Thursday, December 7, 2017, 12:30pm

Scarsdale Congregational Church 1 Heathcote Rd, Scarsdale

Luncheon fee is $35.

For more information click here.

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The League Loses a Friend and Colleague

JANET ZAGORIA, 83

Janet Zagoria

READ OUR TRIBUTE TO JANET

Your Vote is Your Power - LWVW Team Kicks off vote411

(L to R: Julie Pesco, Peter Larr, Mary Kirsch, Philip Leung, Marylou Green, Stephen Cohen, Mary Beth Gose, Barbara Cooper, Bob Boffa, and Lynn Levine)

Your local League reps have kicked off the annual campaign to collect race and candidate information for the LWVW Printed Voters Guide and vote411.org. On November 7th there will be 155 county-wide and local elections on the ballot. We'll alert you as we hear more from the Board of Elections.

For Voting Help This is the core of the League and what we do best! Providing Non-partisan information that prepares us for Election Day.