There are six statewide propositions and one L.A. County ballot measure on our Culver City ballot for November 4. How many can you name? Have you made up your mind on any of them? Are you confused by the advertising you’ve seen? If you answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions, you’re not alone.
League of Women Voters Culver City Unit will feature impartial pros & cons on the always convoluted ballot measures at our regular monthly meeting, to be held Tuesday October 21 in the Community Room of Culver City Julian Dixon Public Library, 4975 Overland Ave. Optional brown bag lunch, sociability, and LWV business start at 11:30 am, and program begins promptly at noon.
Guest speaker will be Ruth Logan, a member of the Speakers’ Bureau of LWV Los Angeles. Ruth is an experienced speaker, and trainer of speakers, with an excellent grasp of statewide and local issues. Her previous League work includes leadership in the study and development of our position on community college education.
League meetings are always free and open to the public. Parking is free but scarce. There’s ‘overflow’ parking next door at the Adult School Office (formerly County Assessor’s Office), or you could take the bus. Culver City Line 3 stops there on its way from Century City
to West L.A. College and points southwest. Or you could ride a bike – the bike rack is right in front of the library. Or you could walk.
The League of Women Voters’ mission is to promote informed and active participation in government. It does not support or oppose any candidate or political party.
– Frances Talbott-White