The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging the informed and active participation of citizens in government. It influences public policy through education and advocacy.
The Orange County ILO (LWVOCILO) membership is comprised of the members of the four local leagues in Orange County:
- LWV North Orange County
- LWV Central Orange County Area
- LWV Orange Coast
The Pros and Cons presentation prepared by the LWVC is available online at https://lwvc.org/ There is both a PDF and an HTML version.
Click Here for information about LWV North Orange County's Kick Off on September 17 featuring Martin Wisckol, Political Science Editor for the Register speaking on "The Changing Face of OC...more brown...more blue."
What's on the Ballot The ballot measures are explained at the LWV California Education Fund website.
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The Orange County League of Women Voters board (ILO) voted to support Measure A, which would create an Orange County Campaign Finance and Ethics Commission. Measure A is on the June 7 Primary Election ballot for Orange County. The Ethics Commission would be an independent body that would provide regular and predictable enforcement of campaign finance rules, auditing of campaign financial reports, and training for for staff and candidates on the county's campaign finance rule.
The ILO took the position following a year-long study of money in Orange County politics; the membership issued an approval concurrence statement in November, 2015.