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Candidates' Nights will be held
Tuesday, October 15 &
Wednesday, October 16
at 7:00 p.m.
in the Council Chamber of the
State College Municipal Building,
243 South Allen Street, State College.
The events will be broadcast live on
C-NET, Comcast & Windstream Cable Channel 7.
Races featured on October 15 will be:
Bellefonte Area School Board,
State College Area School Board,
and Penns Valley School Board.
Races featured on October 16 will be:
Magisterial Judge (District 49-03-05), Bellefonte Borough Council,
College Township Council, Ferguson, Harris,
and Patton Township Supervisors, State College Borough Council,
and State College Borough Mayor.
The League of Women Voters of Centre County Forum
“Gun Violence, All Sides of the Conversation”
is available for viewing by clicking here. The forum was moderated by Katie O’Toole and panelists include: Chief Tom King of State College Borough; Dr. Timothy Derstine, Psychiatrist, Sun Point Health; Dr. Julie Horney, Professor of Crime, Law and Justice Department of Sociology, Penn State University; and Rev. Marv Friesen, University Mennonite Church.
As of October 2, 2012,
the PA Voter ID requirements are being
POSTPONED until the 2013 General Election.
For information on the PA Voter ID requirements, please visit www.votespa.com or www.palwv.org
On January 22, 2012 the Environmental Committee
held an event entitled
"How Green is Happy Valley?"
Comments and ideas
can be found by clicking here.
CCLWV Candidate Coverage Policy
The Centre County League of Women Voters
has developed guidelines for use in the scheduling of
Candidates' Nights and the publication of the Voter’s Guide.
Click here to view these guidelines.
Contact information for various political parties
in Centre County can be found by clicking here.
from the League's Forum
on the topic of
Endocrine Disruptors by clicking here.
LWV PSA Watch a 60-second video about the organization!
The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan organization that encourages informed and active participation of citizens in government; and influences public policy through education and advocacy.
open to everyone, including men. New members are welcome at any time
and are invited but not required to take part in League
activities. Voting Members must be U.S. citizens who are at
least 18 years old. Associate Members are persons under 18
years of age and/or are not U.S. citizens. Local members are
automatically members of the state and national Leagues. To Join Click Here