On May 27, the League of Women Voters of Massachusetts celebrated its 95th anniversary–marking 95 years that the League has been at the forefront of Making Democracy Work!
We were honored that Massachusetts Secretary of Transportation Stephanie Pollack joined us for our birthday celebration on Sunday, May 3 to share her vision for the Commonwealth’s transportation system.
And thank you to Governor Charlie Baker and Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito for recognizing this important occasion.
Since its founding in 1920, the League of Women Voters of Massachusetts has consistently worked to increase citizen participation and civic education as a necessary part of democratic government. LWVMA has provided the citizens of the Commonwealth with nonpartisan, balanced information on candidates, election issues, and public policy matters, encouraging voter registration, informed voting, and an understanding of government. We have striven to achieve legislation that promotes the public interest, and we have worked to be a force for citizens and a voice for change.
To our members and supporters: Thank you for helping us Make Democracy Work for 95 years!