The Worcester Area League of Women Voters will celebrate Women's Equality Day by reflecting upon the organization's 91 years of achievements and looking ahead to the future.
What does LWV stand for?
LWV stands for League of Women Voters
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We have 2 other meanings of LWV in our Acronym Attic
- Lithuanian Workers' Union (trade union)
- Local Water Utility (Local Government and Shires Associations; New South Wales, Australia)
- Logical Work Unit
- Longwood University (Farmville, VA)
- Local Water Utilities Administration (Philippines)
- Lightweight User Interface Toolkit (Sun Microsystems)
- Less Widely Used and Less Taught (in reference to languages)
- Long Wave Ultra Violet (wavelength)
- Lackawanna and Wyoming Valley Railway Company
- Lawrenceville, Illinois (Airport Code)
- Light Weight Vehicle
- Limburgse Werkgevers Vereniging (Dutch: Limburg Employers Association; Netherlands)
- Low Water Volume (boilers)
- League of Women Voters/Rochester Metro Area (Rochester, NY)
- League of Women Voters Arlington
- League of Women Voters of the Akron Area (Ohio)
- League of Women Voters of Atlanta-Fulton County (Atlanta, GA)
- League of Women Voters of Alaska
- League of Women Voters of Arizona
- League of Women Voters, Bakersfield (California)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Byline: The Register-Guard The League of Women Voters of Oregon and the chapter in Lane County have published their annual Voters' Guide.
The League of Women Voters of Arizona (LWVAZ) played a significant role in developing this system and in amending it, in 1992, to include a review process for evaluating judicial performance and allowing voters to decide on retention.
The League of Women Voters, in cooperation with the National League of Cities and other groups, has launched a "Take a Friend to Vote" campaign.
Former Governor Mario Cuomo is speaking out vigorously for it, but the League of Women Voters is campaigning against it.
The long strange trip began in the summer of 1994, when PIRG's California branch, CalPIRG, convened a meeting of campaign reform's usual suspects--the League of Women Voters, the American Association of Retired Persons, United We Stand, and, of course, California Common Cause.
Thomas branch of the League of Women Voters is organizing a "flotilla" to greet The Rainbow Warrior.