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League of Women Voters homepage

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Aaron Hartman, Director Klamath County Corrections, will be answering questions regarding immigration and justice issues at the next meeting of the League of Women Voters of Klamath County is a non-partisan organization working to improve the political process by encouraging informed citizen involvement and ALL voters are welcome.

You don’t have to be a member to attend. Everyone who attends will have a voice in this meeting.

The LWV has already interviewed Klamath County Sheriff Chris Kaber, District Attorney Eve Costello, Defense Attorney and City Councilman Phil Studenberg, and Klamath Falls Police Chief Dave Henslee on general topics of criminal and immigration justice.

The group will be sharing what it has learned in a major report soon. Look for an upcoming article in the Herald and News.

Also, the local chapter has also built a completely new website at It’s designed to provide voters with comprehensive information on voting and local and larger issues and events.

The group welcomes comments on the site and hope people will visit it often. With the upcoming elections of 2020, the group expects the website to be an important resource to help voters stay informed.

The LWV of Klamath County is now 18 members strong, the most in the last six years. Its goal is to get more people involved in the issues we face in this community. Living in a democracy requires each of us to be active with what happens at local, state, and national levels in our government.

The group meets on the third Thursday of the month at 6:45 PM at 409 Pine St.

Gerry OBrien, Editor