The annual brochure provides contact information for all of your elected officials
Want to contact your local city or county councilor and let them know what you think?
Or perhaps you have a question for a school board director or a port or utility commissioner?
Wherever you live in Clark County, the League of Women Voters’ annual “They Represent You!” brochure provides contact information for all of your elected officials.
“The League mission is ‘empowering voters and defending democracy’ and central to that mission is for people to be able to reach out and communicate with their elected officials,” said local League President Nancy Halvorson.
“Our brochure provides that information all in one place. Publishing that information in our ‘They Represent You!’ is one way we can support people engaging with the people they elect.”
The free brochure can be viewed and printed on the LWV Clark County website at https://lwvclarkcounty.org/ The document is best printed horizontally, and although it can be read on an 8½- by 11-inch page, it is best reproduced on an 11- by 17-inch sheet. The update includes results from the November 2022 election.
Paper copies will soon be available at your local library and elsewhere. For more information, email lwvclarkcounty.org
Information provided by League of Women Voters Clark County.
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