Councilor Roman "Tiger" Abeyta and Finance Director Mary McCoy (pictured below) made a presentation on the hows and whys of City finances to the LWVSFC on July 17th for our "Lunch with a Leader" series. Click here to view their highly informational PowerPoint.
Who We Are and What We Do
The LWVSFC encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy
through education and advocacy
The LWVSFC is proud to be nonpartisan, neither supporting nor opposing candidates or political parties at any level of government, but always working on vital
issues of concern to members and the public.
The LWVSFC envisions a democracy where every person has the desire, the right, the knowledge and the confidence to participate. We believe in the power of women - and our allies -
to create a more perfect democracy.
More ABOUT US (officers, policies, budget, etc.)
EVENTS & ACTIVITIES - The LWVSFC offers opportunities for our members and the public to attend forums, presentations and seminars to strengthen their understanding of local issues. The League is committed to presenting unbiased, accurate information so that individuals can decide where they stand based on facts, not outside influence. See the list of upcoming events to the right - or click on the button above for the 2018/19 Annual Calendar of Events - downloadable and printable.
VOTER SERVICES - The LWVSFC believes we are all equal at the ballot box, but only if we vote. We engage thousands of Santa Fe County residents every year - ensuring that they are registered to vote, and that they have the information they need to participate in the local, state and national elections that determine our future.
ACTION & ADVOCACY - The LWVSFC follows local issues and monitors the workings of local government to identify opportunities to advocate for a course of action. The A&A Committee works to influence public policy through education and advocacy, based on positions the League has adopted after extensive study - and a consensus of our members.
OUR POSITIONS - The LWVSFC advocates on the basis of positions that have been developed and adopted by the League of Women Voters of Santa Fe County; addressing local issues that affect City and County residents. We also advocate based on positions that have been adopted by the New Mexico State League (LWVNM), and the National League (LWVUS). Click on a button below to see the League's Local Positions, State Positions and/or National Positions:
Membership in the LWVSFC automatically includes membership in the State League (LWVNM) and the National League (LWVUS).
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The League of Women Voters of Santa Fe County is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization, and gratefully accepts donations to fund our work in helping citizens to be well-informed voters.
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