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Help Rejuvenate Waikiki
President's Message (Arlene Ellis)
Announcement [Aloha Voter] (Arlene Ellis)
Census Bureau Report
League Demonstrates
Environment Hawai'i
Welcome New Members
Mediation
UH Peace Institute
Campaign Tactics
Forum - "Meet Your Editors"
City Council Orientation
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Public Reporter
Rail Transit
Aloha Motors Convention Cention Decision
Wish List [Computer Survey]

President's Message

For 70 years the League has turned rights into realities, registered millions to vote, and kept politics a process for the people.

Our track record speaks loud and clear, and our opponents know --- we're a force to be reckoned with. Made up of women and men of every race, religion, occupation and political persuasion --we watch, study and examine the issues. But more important, we're prepared to spring into action when the time is right.

The only way to make progress is to take action, and that is what the League of Women Voters is all about.

As a member of the League, you are a rare breed --- a totally informed citizen. You receive information on issues from local, state and national leagues, you study them, you know the pros and cons and you know the action you want to take stemming from what you think and believe.

There is a lot to be done, and it's up to you. Join a committee and take part in gathering the facts for one of the League's hard-hitting reports. Try the observer corps and monitor the meetings of the City Council. Work on the Aloha Voter and help inform the membership on current issues and League activities. Take a 4-hour shift in the office and help the public with answers on voting, registration, Hawaii government, elected officials, etc. Volunteer for vote counts and help fund League programs and keep the roof over our heads. It's all necessary and it is important.

Arlene Ellis

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