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***   Ohio Primary Election Update   ***

The ONLY way to vote in Ohio’s primary election, if you did not already vote early, is to request an Absentee Ballot. In Summit County, go to get Absentee Ballot. Complete, sign and mail in the Application for Absentee Ballot.

Once you receive your Absentee Ballot, complete it and send it back. Ballots must be postmarked by April 27 or dropped off to the Summit County Board of Elections by 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 28, vote count day.

Mail can take time, so don’t delay! Send in your Application today!
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Climate Change Series
Hudson residents look at warmer future
 

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That question was at the heart of the League of Women Voters’ third of four planned workshops on climate change in the Laurel Lake Retirement Center community room last Thursday. About 70 people attended the program and the participants visited click to newspaper link   
 

Voter Services
League of Women Voters hosting candidate forum
 

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The League of Women Voters of the Akron Area and the League of Women Voters of Hudson are sponsoring a primary election forum from 5 to 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 26 at the Akron-Summit County Public Library, 60 South St. in Akron. The moderator will click to newspaper link   
 

LWVH Presents
November 7: A Climate Change Investigation (Workshop 2)
 

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The community is invited to joint the League of Women Voters of Hudson for the second workshop of its four-part Climate Change Investigation series.

The workshop is on Thursday, Nov. 7 at 7 p.m. at the Laurel Lake Communit Room.


More than 100 people tu
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Voter Services
Beacon Journal: Interactive voter guide
 

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Welcome to the Beacon Journal/Ohio.com’s online voter guide for the Nov. 5 general election. See what’s on your ballot with our voter guide presented in partnership with the Akron and Hudson chapters of the League of Women Voters. This voter educ click to newspaper link   
 

Recommended Article
New York Times: Ohio Was Set to Purge 235,000 Voters. It Was Wrong About 20%.
 

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COLUMBUS, Ohio — The clock was ticking for Jen Miller.

The state of Ohio had released names of 235,000 voters it planned to purge from voter rolls in September.


Ms. Miller, director of the League of Women Voters of Ohio, believed thousands of vot
click to newspaper link   
 

LWVH Presents
General Election Candidate Information and Issues Available on VOTE411.ORG

Hudson OH - Early voting for the 2019 Ohio General Election begins on October 8 and continues until click to story   

LWVH Presents
October 22: Hudson League of Women Candidates Forum

Hudson Middle School Auditorium 77 N. Oviatt St. Hudson, OH 44236 7:00 - 9 pm

The Leagues of Women
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LWVH Presents
October 10: A Climate Change Investigation
 

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The League of Women Voters of Hudson will host a four-part workshop series beginning in October titled ‘A Climate Change Investigation’. The workshop series, which is open to the public, is designed to engage the community in developing informed click to story   
 

Message from the Desk of:
Social Media Committee Chair- Sheila King
We would like to encourage you to check out the functionality of the site. Contributors, Officers of ...click to full message   

Voter Registration
LWV Hudson hosts young voter registration

First time voters will have a special opportunity Sept. 25 from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. to register click to story    click to newspaper link   

Recommended Article
Hudson League of Women Voters well-suited

The League of Women Voters of Hudson was represented by President Maura McCaughey and Pat Simons at click to story    click to newspaper link   

A Recommended Article
Elaine Weiss Visits Hudson
 

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Although more women than men vote in modern day elections, women had to wait until 1920 for the right to vote. And the battle was not easy.

To commemorate the centennial of women’s suffrage in Ohio, award-winning journalist Elaine Weiss on March 18
click to newspaper link   
 

COVID-19 Daily Update
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News Blog

Climate Change Series
Hudson residents look at warmer future
 

news picture
That question was at the heart of the League of Women Voters’ third of four planned workshops on climate change in the Laurel Lake Retirement Center community room last Thursday. About 70 people attended the program and the participants visited click to newspaper link   
 

Voter Services
League of Women Voters hosting candidate forum
 

news picture
The League of Women Voters of the Akron Area and the League of Women Voters of Hudson are sponsoring a primary election forum from 5 to 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 26 at the Akron-Summit County Public Library, 60 South St. in Akron. The moderator will click to newspaper link   
 

LWVH Presents
November 7: A Climate Change Investigation (Workshop 2)
 

news picture
The community is invited to joint the League of Women Voters of Hudson for the second workshop of its four-part Climate Change Investigation series.

The workshop is on Thursday, Nov. 7 at 7 p.m. at the Laurel Lake Communit Room.


More than 100 people tu
click to story   
 

Voter Services
Beacon Journal: Interactive voter guide
 

news picture
Welcome to the Beacon Journal/Ohio.com’s online voter guide for the Nov. 5 general election. See what’s on your ballot with our voter guide presented in partnership with the Akron and Hudson chapters of the League of Women Voters. This voter educ click to newspaper link   
 

Recommended Article
New York Times: Ohio Was Set to Purge 235,000 Voters. It Was Wrong About 20%.
 

news picture
COLUMBUS, Ohio — The clock was ticking for Jen Miller.

The state of Ohio had released names of 235,000 voters it planned to purge from voter rolls in September.


Ms. Miller, director of the League of Women Voters of Ohio, believed thousands of vot
click to newspaper link   
 

LWVH Presents
General Election Candidate Information and Issues Available on VOTE411.ORG

Hudson OH - Early voting for the 2019 Ohio General Election begins on October 8 and continues until click to story   

LWVH Presents
October 22: Hudson League of Women Candidates Forum

Hudson Middle School Auditorium 77 N. Oviatt St. Hudson, OH 44236 7:00 - 9 pm

The Leagues of Women
click to story   

LWVH Presents
October 10: A Climate Change Investigation
 

news picture
The League of Women Voters of Hudson will host a four-part workshop series beginning in October titled ‘A Climate Change Investigation’. The workshop series, which is open to the public, is designed to engage the community in developing informed click to story   
 

Message from the Desk of:
Social Media Committee Chair- Sheila King
We would like to encourage you to check out the functionality of the site. Contributors, Officers of ...click to full message   

Voter Registration
LWV Hudson hosts young voter registration

First time voters will have a special opportunity Sept. 25 from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. to register click to story    click to newspaper link   

Recommended Article
Hudson League of Women Voters well-suited

The League of Women Voters of Hudson was represented by President Maura McCaughey and Pat Simons at click to story    click to newspaper link   

A Recommended Article
Elaine Weiss Visits Hudson
 

news picture
Although more women than men vote in modern day elections, women had to wait until 1920 for the right to vote. And the battle was not easy.

To commemorate the centennial of women’s suffrage in Ohio, award-winning journalist Elaine Weiss on March 18
click to newspaper link   
 

2020 Election Update
click to full update

COVID-19 Daily Update
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2020 Election Update
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