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League of Women Voters Morristown Area wants to ensure maximum voter turnout for the 2020 Primary. What voters need to know.
On March 7th 2020 the League of Women Voters and Girl Scouts worked together to present Voter Girl
in four different NJ locations across the State for the over 500 Girl Scouts.
The League of Women Voters Morristown Area proudly unveiled “Our First 100 Years” at the Library of the Chathams, an exhibit regarding the centennial anniversary of the 19th Amendment and the women’s right to vote, created by three Chatham High School senior interns for the League, Adelaide Barkhorn, Lauren Cifelli, and Liliana Eisenhardt.
TapInto Mar 21, 2018
Students plan March in Morristown.
June 1, 2017
LWV Morristown Area hosts Chatham Township Committee Republic candidates debate.
October 28, 2017
The League of Women Voters Morristown Area reminds voters they should feel confident their vote will count when casting their ballot this November. False claims questioning the integrity of our elections is a direct threat to America’s cherished democratic process and belittles the real challenges too many American voters have faced in recent years.
October 25, 2016
Chatham Township residents attending the League of Women Voters of the Morristown Area Candidate's Forum learned a couple things about two of the candidates, Mayor Curt Ritter, a Republican, and Democrat Stacey Ewald on Monday night at the Library of the Chathams.
October 23, 2016
The League of Women Voters Morristown Area Candidate Forum brought four of the five township council candidates together to discuss their different views on top issues in the county.
March 9, 2015
The League of Women Voters of the Morristown Area and the League’s Young People’s Network are co-hosting a panel discussion in Morristown to try to bring some clarity as to what feminism means in the 21st Century.
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The LWV Morristown Area has joined the Census Bureau to Get Out the Count for the 2020 Census, a week long push through Aug. 2, 2020 with activities across the State, particularly in hard-to-count areas, to provide opportunities for residents to understand why the Census matters and how to fill it out.
The nonpartisan League of Women Voters NJ and the League of Women Voters Morristown Area are here to help you know your rights and answer questions about VOTING in the Primary during COVID times.
For nearly two hours on Monday night in Morristown, candidates for State Assembly District 25 traded charges familiar to anyone who has seen their TV ads.
Morris Township Committee candidates William ‘Bud’ Ravitz (Democrat) and Peter Mancuso (Republican, incumbent) square off at a Candidates Night on October 21, 2019.
October 15, 2019
The nonpartisan League of Women Voters NJ and the League of Women Voters Morristown Area are here to help you know your rights and answer questions about VOTING.
April 2, 2019
A summation of the candidates who have filed for races in Morristown, Morris Township, Morris Plains, Morris County and Districts 25 & 26.
October 17, 2018
League of Women Voters candidates forum for the Morris School District election on Nov 6, 2018 ended with some fireworks.
October 16, 2018
Morris Township residents have a hot committee race. Here’s what the candidates had to say at the League of Women Voters Morristown Area forum.
Where, when, what - 2018 primary and election
The Candidates have filed. Here are the deadlines for registration and ballot submission. NJ Primary June 5. Election Day Nov 6.
Students speak out about gun control at a rally of over 13,000 supporters in Morristown, the largest gathering in New Jersey.
Chanting Books, Not Bullets and Save Our Schools, area high school students led thousands of gun-reform activists through downtown Morristown on Saturday as part of the national March for Our Lives.
Mendham student is organizing the local version of The March for Our Lives, a student-driven series of gun reform marches across the nation in March 2018. Students and teachers from across the nation will speak out.
LWV Morristown Area hosts candidates' forum with Democratic Council members Toshiba Foster and Michael Elms seeking second terms, Democratic candidate Pastor David Silva and GOP council challengers William Needham III, James Sullivan and Celeste Kaitsa.
Oct 26, 2017
LWV Morristown Area hosts candidates forum with Mayor Tim Dougherty and challenger Alison Deeb.
May 14, 2017
Why do people get so nasty in political campaigns? "Because it works." A panel discussion sponsored by LWV Morristown area with Gordon MacInnes, Katherine Abbot and Chris Daggett.
March 17, 2017
At a forum in Morristown, sponsored by LWV morristown Area, political experts, Dr. Kelly Dittmar, Dr. Dan Cassino and Dr. Ashley Koning discuss gender voting patterns, behaviors, trends and future expectations.
May 5, 2016
The Morris County Prosecutor’s Office and the League of Women Voters Morristown Area team up at a forum on the growing problem of opiate and heroin abuse in the nation, state and Morris County.
LWV Morristown area holds community conversation with their NJ mayors.
November 13, 2015
At a forum hosted by LWV Morristown Area, speakers from the Prosector's Office, Rutgers, Drew, Fairleigh Dickinson and Morristown High School address sexual assaults on college campuses. "Be a part of the solution, not the problem."
Oct 10, 2015
The NJ League is 95 years old this year. To celebrate, the NJ League’s Young People’s Network and the League of Women Voters, Morristown Area throw a birthday party/happy hour at Tashmoo Restaurant and Bar in Morristown.
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