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  • Covid Is A Long Term Reality – Answer the Census Now To Help Us Keep Fighting It
    Covid Is A Long Term Reality – Answer the Census Now To Help Us Keep Fighting It
    Even after a vaccine joins the fight against Covid 19, the long term health effects and costs will remain in your community. It will take long term health resources, such as Medicare, Medicaid and community health centers to continue our response. And the way to secure those resources is to answer the Census NOW. Ask all your friends, organizations, congregations...
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    We Shall Overcome
    by Rebecca Freeman As a result of the recent events in our country, the Young Leaguers’ felt it was necessary to participate. The most effective way for the organization to get involved is to register people to vote. Registering people to vote at these events allows us to reach many people at one time.  Having a presence at these protests...
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    Vote By Mail Sign-up Now!
    By Kevin Baker Please call the Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections now at 561-656-6200 (option 2) to sign up for Vote By Mail today. You can also submit your request by visiting www.pbcelections.org/Voters/Vote-By-Mail website. The deadline to have a Primary Election ballot sent to you is 5 p.m. on August 8, 2020. But, do it now! On the website,...
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    Young Leaguers Stay Connected
    By Rebecca Freeman Amid this crisis, during the coronavirus, the Young Leaguers have found creative ways to stay connected digitally. Through the popular video chat platform Zoom, we had a great session last week. We checked in with those on the call and made sure to discuss how everyone is doing health-wise, etc. To make things fun despite the circumstances...
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  • Young Leaguer Feature Kim Stokes
    Young Leaguer Feature Kim Stokes
    Written By: Rebecca Freeman Stokes felt a personal responsibility to better our society. She was disappointed in our country’s current state and began looking for a way to make an impact in our community. As a result, she decided to join The League of Women Voters. Kim has been with the organization for two years and loves how they focus...
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  • Young Leaguer's Feature Kevin Baker
    Young Leaguer’s Feature Kevin Baker
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