Become an Informed Voter

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A voter should become an informed voter. That means you have studied the issues you will decide on, and the candidates who will represent you. There is a lot of information available, some of it factual, some biased. Some is promoted by a particular cause or candidate. Some is offered by non-partisan groups like the LWV, or by a foundation or public policy group. Here are some basic sources of information from the LWV and local governments, including a list of all your representatives. At the end is a list of sources to locate other kinds of public policy information.

LWV of United States:

Women take action.

Learn about national studies and projects, take action on issues, access the LWV national library, etc.

Public Policy Positions

LWV Oregon:

Learn about our Oregon state-level organization.

State level positions (HERE) and actions (HERE)

These pages include such topics as Governance, Natural Resources, and Social Policy, and give lots of information about the Oregon League, including the Action Calendar.

Klamath County Government 

Get information about Klamath County Government  as well as access to other county services and information.

Klamath Falls City Government

Get information about Klamath Falls City Government  as well as access to other city services and information.

Who are my representatives?

You have elected representatives at every level: city, county, state, and federal. Here is how to locate them:

Here are some other sources to find groups that can educate you on different kinds of issues.

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