PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO PA STATE CONSTITUTION ARE DANGEROUS ATTACKS ON SYSTEM
Read Rochelle Kaplan’s letter published in the October 17, 2022 Morning Call about proposed constitutional amendments and the process being used to get it on the ballot.
LEHIGH COUNTY DA’S BALLOT DROP BOX MONITORING HAS CAUSED HEADACHES FOR VOTERS
Read Mary Erdman’s letter to lehighvalleylive.com at https://www.lehighvalleylive.com/opinion/2022/05/lehigh-county-das-ballot-drop-box-monitoring-has-caused-headaches-for-voters-letter.html
THE MORNING CALL’S READERS REACT: THANK YOU FOR VOTER’S GUIDE
A letter to the Morning Call describes the unfortunate lack of participation from many politicians in the Voters Guide, which is compiled by the League of Women Voters and published by the Morning Call. The Voters Guide is a significant source of information for voters. It provides biological information, information on their experience and a response to a question relevant to the campaign from each candidate who responds to an invitation to participate.
The current Voters Guide is available here.
FIVE QUESTIONS WITH THE LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS OF LEHIGH COUNTY
Read the Armchair Lehigh Valley interview with Mary Erdman, President of the LWV of Lehigh County. Mary discusses the League’s goals, voter education and other topics.
Armchair Lehigh Valley provides information on “all things politics in the Lehigh Valley.” You can subscribe to Armchair Lehigh Valley here.
PRIMARY ELECTIONS (2021) WITH LWV’S MARY ERDMAN AND ATTORNEY ZACHARY COHEN
Marcie Lightwood interviewed Mary Erdman, co-chair of the 2021 “Running for Local Office” Workshop and Zachary Cohen, a workshop attendee and candidate for Lehigh County Judge in the Court of Common Pleas. The interview aired on May 5, 2021.
HONORING MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.
In January of 2021, The League of Women Voters of Lehigh County participated in the Allentown Art Museum’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. celebration. The museum celebrated Dr. King’s legacy virtually on their website by spotlighting the local people and places that are making a difference in our community.
Three of our board members were highlighted in the museums “Hometown Heroes” presentation as volunteers in service to our community.