Paper and digital versions of the “They Represent You” document now available
CLARK COUNTY — If you want to let your state senator know how you feel about an issue or want to contact your county councilor, the League of Women Voters (LWV) of Clark County is working to make doing so a little easier.
The group has compiled a handy collection of the names of elected officials in Clark County and their contact information. Published annually, the League’s “They Represent You” has been updated with the names of new and returning officials. It is available by tapping the link on the League homepage at https://lwvclarkcounty.org/.
League past president Judie Stanton said the pandemic has prompted the League to emphasize the digital version of They Represent You, although some print copies will also be available in time. In the past, print copies have been made available at city halls and libraries.
“The League’s mission is to empower voters and defend democracy and so we do this as a public service,” Stanton said. “It’s important for people to be able to have a dialogue with their elected officials.”
Stanton noted the information will be updated online with changes.
The League of Women Voters of Clark County is a nonpartisan, grassroots civic organization that encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy.
Membership in the League is open to all. With 100 years of experience, the League is one of America’s oldest and most trusted civic nonprofit organizations.
Information provided by the League of Women Voters of Clark County