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Anne Rudin

Suffragist Club

1107 9th Street
Suite 300
Sacramento CA 95814
Phone: 916.447.VOTE
Fax: 916.447.8620

Link to Voter Affidavits Report Form




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Voter Services

League of Women Voters of
Sacramento County
on Measure L

LWVSC Position on
Measure L

How Can I Help?

Community Forums
and Meetings

Viewpoint No OpEd

Article in
The Sacramento Bee

about League opposition to Strong Mayor Measure

LWVSC Positions Related to Government

League of Women Voters of
and Sacramento County
Flyer with
State Proposition


Upcoming LWVSC Activities

Unit Meetings

Unit meetings will be held October 13 and 14. Propositions 1-2, 45–48 will be discussed. Go to for more information about these propositions. For More Information go to the October Voter.

School Outreach

Mock elections will take place between Tuesday, Sept. 2 & Friday, Oct.10, complete with official voting booths! Specific dates are not yet available, but at least six to ten schools are expected to participate. Two
volunteers are needed for each day of mock elections from about 7:30a.m. until the end of the school day. This is a fun event with plenty of down time between classes. Volunteers will help register students of legal age to vote, assist with set-up and take-down, and answer questions regarding voting and registration. If you would like to volunteer, contact Carol Goldberg.

Election Day

LWVSC will staff phones at the Sacramento County Registrars Office between 6:10 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. on Election Day (11/4). The Registrar’s office will train volunteers on Mon & Fri of the week prior to Election
Day on Oct 27 & Oct 31. Five volunteers are needed for each shift: 5:45 -11 a.m., 10:45 a.m.-3:30 p.m., 3:25 to 8:00 p.m. Volunteers contact Carol Goldberg.


Background Information about Privitization Study

Children’s Issues Minutes

LWV Sacramento County, Current League Issues and Upcoming Events
Go to the October Voter
or call the League office,
916-447-8683 (VOTE) or



Elections Information for
Sacramento County

State Ballot Measures
Available In
English, Spanish, Chinese
Vietnamese, Korean



Community Events

Countywide Candidate Forums

Saturday October11
9:00 a.m. –5:30 p.m.
County Board Chambers
Co-sponsored by LWVSC and Metro Cable
Rebroadcast Schedule

Assembly District 9 Candidate Forum

Wednesday, October 15
7:30-8:30 p.m. .
Pony Express Elementary School
1250 56th, Ave. Sacramento 95831

South Land Park Neighborhood Association

Assembly District 6 Forum and
Review of Ballot Measures

Thursday October 16
5:00-7:30 p.m.
Folsom Lake College
Buckeye Hall, 10 College Parkway




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