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Voter Center Placement Project

In recruiting centers, members of the LWVTA were trained to educate the public in meetings about the new voting procedures in LA County.

Learn about the New Voting Procedures
Legislative Interview Gipson

Legislative Interview with Assembly-Member Mike Gipson

League of Women Voters Torrance Area Interviewed Assembly-Member Mike Gipson of the 64th District. Read about the Interview

Popovers in Pasadena

Summer League: Persuasion and Popovers in Pasadena

Learn with the Torrance League all about the Census and Effective Communication Techniques

Popovers in Pasadena

Torrance Area


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LWV Los Angeles County
Event Date: 
Jul 25 2020 - 9:30am to 1:00pm
Event location: 

Via Zoom

Event Information

Proposition 15

It's here! We are officially Proposition 15.

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Thanks to all who joined our caucus at the 2020 LWV Convention, "Climate Emergency - Time for All Hands on Deck." 
Forever Stamp

UPDATE: This stamp will be issued Wednesday, August 26th, in Seneca Falls, NY.

Hazard Waste Collection

The Household Hazardous Waste and Electronic Waste Collection Program (HHW) gives Los Angeles County residents a legal and cost-free way to dispose of unwanted household chemicals that cannot be disposed of in the regular trash. 

RHNA Numbers

Regional Housing Needs Assessment (RHNA) allocation for the City of Torrance: 5009 new housing units

Police Abuse
Public Statement
Climate Change

A crash course on climate change, 50 years after the first Earth Day

From NY Times, April 19, 2020

News POV

Now that we are socially isolated and have time on your hands, it is a good time to study how the news we read is more often than not biased.  Although unbiased news does not exist, look at a news item from different sides by checking out the "All

Senator Ben Allen
Public Statement
As the COVID-19 pandemic is rapidly changing and evolving, we want to provide you with some resources on benefits, childcare, meals and more from the State and the County of Los Angeles during these difficult times.
Water Conservation

 The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California’s Message of the Day: We Are Doing Well, But We Could Do Better

19th Amendment Protection
 Torrance Herald headline, Oct. 12, 1952, Page 1. (Credit: Torrance Historical Newspaper and Directories Archive database, Torrance Public Library)
Gardena Candidate Forum

It's been a busy month for the LWVTA, orchestrating the Candidates' Forums.- especially for Monica Fredericks, LWVTA Director of Voter Services, 

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Day of Action


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Event Date: 
Jun 30 2020 (All day)

LWVTA Calendar 2019-2020