The League of Women Voters of Ventura County is hosting several candidate town hall forums throughout this month. Attend these forums to find out more about the candidates who are running locally and be an informed voter! Visit their website for more information about the 2018 elections.
A GATHERING OF WOMEN SUPPORTING Assemblymember Jacqui Irwin (VCWPC endorsed candidate for re-election, District 44)
VCWPC PAC and Board members ratified the recommendations for November 2018 candidate endorsements. Below is the list of endorsed candidates. This was after VCWPC members attended two nights of town hall interviews with candidates for city council, school board, and community college board. The candidates who were invited to the town halls all submitted their application
Congratulations on your decision to run for public office! The Ventura County Women’s Political Council, an independent, multi-partisan organization dedicated to supporting pro-choice women candidates running for elected office, is accepting applications for consideration of endorsement in the November 6, 2018 general election. VCWPC has adopted a new endorsement process for qualified candidates that consists
Notice: A brief General Meeting will be held at the beginning of this event for the purpose of ratifying the following proposed addition to the Bylaws. This will allow an officer to take a leave of absence without resigning from her office on the Executive Board. The proposed amendment is shown in red. ARTICLE IV–OFFICERS Section 1–
Oxnard/Ventura Traveling Membership Meeting Saturday, October 7, 2017 10:00 am – Noon Address given upon RSVP Meet with VCWPC President Jeannette Sanchez-Palacios and other board members, get to know other members in your area, hear about VCWPC goals, share your thoughts and concerns and learn how you can become more involved. Non-members welcome, too! RSVP
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Here is a video from Senator Holly Mitchell on Running for Public Office which she prepared for VCWPC’s Yes SHE Can: First Steps to Run for Public Office workshop on April 29, 2017 1) Know why you are running 2) Get your support group together 3) Be fearless! Senator Holly Mitchell.MOV
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