Making Democracy Work

LWVG Archive

Pre-2018 issues of LWVG publications of The Voter's Guide and The Greenwich Voter as well as newspaper coverage of all past LWVG events, as well as videos of pre-2018 LWVG events, are included below.

Publications

Newspaper Articles

GT Article on Fiscal Stability

LWV Student Program

Greenwich Sentinel Link:LWV Hosts Bi-Partisan Commission

Annual Meeting 2018

Economic Future Panel Discussion

Cocktails and Conversation with Jim Cameron

Cocktails and Conversation with Robert Steele

Dr. Jill Gildea at Cocktails and Conversation

Dr. Deirdre Kamlani - LWVG - Getting the Community Involved in Learning History

Fran Pastore of the Women's Business Development Council at Cocktails and Conversation

League of Women Voters Welcomes Harvard Business School Professor for Constitutional Case Discussion

Harvard prof discusses federal, state power at GHS

Tesei and Litvack

Greenwich Time Article about LWVG Voter's Guides

Tax Collector Debate

Board of Selectmen Forum

LWVG Event with Dr. Jill Gildea GPS Superintendent

BOE Forum 2

BOE Forum 1

LWVG and Students: Register Voters

League of Women Voters of Greenwich to Sponsor Forum for Republican Candidates for BET

Greenwich RTM responds to LWVG Survey

LWVG Legislative Picnic 2017

LWVG Honors Caroline Adkins

LWVG Holds Award Dinner

Fake News Panel Discussion

LWVG Hosts a Debate on an Electoral College Alternative

Greenwich League Tackles Money in Politics

League of Women Voters Offers Guide to Run for Office

Debate Focused on Voter Fraud

The Greenwich League of Women Voters Turns 95

Greenwich League of Women Voters to Talk Money in Politics

League of Women Voters Hands Out Prestigious Award

Greenwich Library Panel on Electoral College Draws 150

Greenwich League of Women Voters Keeps up Effort to Reform the RTM

Videos

Professor David A. Moss, Harvard Business School Professor and author of "Democracy, A Case Study" will be with us at LWVG's November 13, 2017 event. The video linked here, of a talk he gave some time ago, will give you some background on the book and approach. The League event will be lively and interactive since it will focus on one of the cases from the book. In the video Professor Moss also shares some thoughts on political discord through American history and its relevance to today's turmoil.

Click here to watch Prof. David A. Moss give his presentation