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Alison Gash, Associate Professor of Political Science, U of O, speaking on Child(ish)Politics: Kids and the Politics of Democratic Decline


You may listen to Professor Gash’s lecture on our youtube channel. Subscribe to our channel to listen to all the video’s available.

To listen click: League Lecture Series

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Do you ever wonder about how Lane County’s Elections processes your ballot? Is it safe? Can the counting of ballots be hacked? Watch this short video of the ballot counting process. Then ask yourself why more states don’t do it the Oregon way.  Click on: How Lane County Elections Processes Your Ballot


Local Action Alerts

This call to ACTION is to join us on Wednesday, November 2 from 10:00 to 11:00 am at the League Office to set your ACTION agenda. To receive the Agenda and meeting information kindly RSVP before November 1st to 

For additional information click ACTION  



History Studies

The Harvard Case Method Institute, which began at the Harvard Business School, trains high school teachers of history, social studies, and civics at no cost, using actual cases from our government’s inception to the present day. Professor David Moss of the Harvard Business School writes about our country’s many conflicts and the outcomes, both positive and negative. The cases provide historical context, and student discussions are an integral part of this transformative method of teaching civics. The LWVLC has nominated three teachers in Lane County who have completed the program and will teach cases this academic year. For more information about the Case Method Institute, please visit their website:

LWVOR Legislative Reports

There is a lot of important things happening in the legislature. Your state league has been extremely busy. Climate change, candidate filing update to laws, education are just a few of the items address in this report.

Your one-stop resource for all things election.