VOTE YOUR POWER
Mona Field
online
Sunday, Oct 4 2020
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Cost
$5-$20, pay what you can via venmo or paypal. All proceeds directly support Pieter to help us weather this challenging time Register

$5-$20, pay what you can via venmo or paypal. All proceeds directly support Pieter to help us weather this challenging time


Your vote counts!

 

 

This election, in addition to the important decisions you will make at the national level, you will have 12 state ballot propositions to vote on.

 

 

They could change so many things in your life! Everything from rent control, Lyft and Uber services, medical research, diversity, and much more are on your ballot. 

 

 

 

What are the  PROS AND CONS OF YOUR BALLOT MEASURES? 

 

 

Join us as Mona Field, Co-President of the Los Angeles League of Women Voters, helps us understand all 12 statewide measures on the November 3, 2020 ballot.

 

 

We will also discuss how, when, and where you can vote. Please have handy your sample ballot and any “junk mail” you receive about the propositions.

 

 

 

Mona Field is an expert in the area of state and local politics. She is professor emeritus of Political Science and author of California Government and Politics Today (15th Edition). Mona has served on Pieter’s Board of Directors since 2018.

Photo courtesy of Getty Images via JSTOR Daily
Nannie Helen Burroughs holds a banner that reads, "Banner State Woman's National Baptist Convention", 1905-1915. Burroughs was an educator, civil rights activist. In 1909, Burroughs founded the National Training School for Women and Girls in Washington, D.C. Photo courtesy of the Library of Congress
National League of Women Voters, September 17, 1924. Photo courtesy of the National Photo Company Collection, Library of Congress.