Speaker: Professor Richard L. Hasen is Chancellor’s Professor of Law and Political Science at the University of California, Irvine. He is a nationally recognized expert in election law and campaign finance regulation, is co-author of a leading casebook on election law.
Casual get-together for new, returning, or prospective League members. Learn about our local League's work and how we fit in the state and national League programs. Investigate how you can be a part of this dynamic organization.
Once again, we are planning to march in the Piedmont parade, wearing white with red & blue sashes, carrying our banner and signs, and having a great time! We have some signs and sashes, but it there are a lot of us, we’ll again have a sign making party from 5pm to 6pm (with cheese and wine) on Sunday, July 1st at Ward Lindenmayer’s driveway, 40 Highland Ave. To get an idea of our group size, please email Linda McClain (lindamcclain [at] me.com
Campaign Finance and Orange County Ethics Commission
Speaker: Denah Hoard, is the first Executive Director of the Office of Campaign Finance and Ethics Commission, appointed by the OC Board of Supervisors. Ms. Hoard has more than 20 years of public service as an attorney representing public entities, most recently as the Senior Assistant City Attorney for the City of Orange. Prior to the City of Orange, Hoard held positions at California State University, Long Beach and the City of Santa Ana.
Calendar Planning takes place twice a year to come up with topics for our monthly Community Forums at the Santa Barbara Public Library, Faulkner Gallery. July is the kick off for the new season of Forums starting in September. There are a lot of interesting and fun discussions and also the work of coming up with the topics and the small committees to organize each forum. Please join us and bring something to share to eat.
Join the LWV of LA County for their summer League Day!
Keynote on Challenges of 2018 Kathay Feng, Executive Director of California Common Cause and National Redistricting Director
About the Speaker: Ms. Feng has led California Common Cause in championing election and redistricting reforms, government sunshine and accountability laws, campaign finance reforms, media access, and the voting rights of traditionally disenfranchised communities.
Not sure you understand why we need a Price on Carbon? Are you perplexed on how to partner with organizations like the Citizens' Climate Lobby and others? Come to a replay of the caucus, "Promoting Effective Action on Carbon Pricing" from the 2018 LWVUS Convention. Sign up for the webinar here.
Leagues across the US can make a difference in their local communities and at the state-level to truly IMPACT the global environmental challenge of our times – Climate Change.