League of Women Voters Pullman History

League of Women Voters-Pullman was organized in February 1950. In 1952 it became a chartered local league. Each year the League studies and acts on local, state and national governmental issues. The League may take a stand on an issue after careful study, but it never supports or opposes either political party or any candidates. Financial support comes from League programs, membership dues and contributions. In its first two years the League started a survey that focused on local issues. This study resulted in a pamphlet entitled "Know Your Town." In this pamphlet the League promoted greater community action. The goals have remained consistent with those ideas in subsequent years of activity.
Click for WSU Library archive for LWV Pullman records from 1950 to 1980

November, 1971 issue of the Voter newsletter

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