Mid-Hudson Region

Mid-Hudson Region

Cynthia Bell, President
Jennifer Clark, Vice-President
Joan Metzler, Secretary
Dare Thompson, Treasurer
Kathy OConnor, Communications

lwvmidhudson [at] gmail.com

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 Mid-Hudosn Region LWV serves Ulster and Dutchess Counties.

Monthy newsletters 2020 Archive

Monthly Board Meeting Minutes 2019, 2020

Archive:  Monthly Board Meeting Minutes 2011-2018; Annual Board Meeting Minutes & Annual Reports 2012-2017

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Map Red and Blue

The unofficial results of the Presidential election, as announced by the Associated Press, indicate that the Biden/Harris (D) ticket won 306 electoral votes, and the Trump/Pence (R) ticket won 232 electoral votes.

naturalization ceremony

Becoming more Diverse, Equitable and Inclusive ...

Working with Election Protection
Blog Post

-- by Gai Galitzine

Renee and Shirley
Blog Post

-- by Cindy Bell

Pictured above are Renee Sachs (l) and Shirley Kobran (r) planning a benefit lunch for the LWV Mid-Hudson Region back in 1962.  Renee was a formative force in the origin of our League.

Ulster Co voting info


General Election 2020

Dutchess Co info


General Election 2020

Andrea Stewart-Cousins

Action Alerts

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Cindy Bell Webinar 4/2/2020

LWVMHR President Cindy Bell (on the right in the picture) shares notes with us on what she gleaned from listening to a national LWV webinar on April 2nd.

 LWV Webinar Report

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