Posts by WV Citizen Action Group

WV Citizen Action Group

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Action Alerts WV Citizen Action Group May 1, 2024
Early voting starts May 1! Get your Sample Ballot and Make a Plan to Vote!
Get informed and make a plan to vote! makes it easy to see your sample ballot, explore your voting options, and much more. For an early voting site, please visit the Secretary of State website. More
Issues: Clean elections
Take Action WV Citizen Action Group January 31, 2024
Take Action: Protect Grassroots Air Quality Monitoring
Protect Citizen Air Monitoring, REJECT HB 5018. Citizen air monitoring plays a crucial role in engaging citizens and supplementing data gathered by government agencies including the EPA and the DEP. More
Issues: Pollution
Action Alerts WV Citizen Action Group August 30, 2023
WV to NY: March for Climate Justice
Join the WV Citizen Action Group at the March to End Fossil Fuels on September 17th in NYC. More
Issues: Climate changeFossil fuels
Newsletter article WV Citizen Action Group September 1, 2022
WV Citizen Action’s 2022 Awards picnic and Membership Meeting
Join us for our 2022 Awards Picnic, September 15th from 5-7PM at Little Creek Park in South Charleston, WV, at the Soap Box Pavilion. There will be food catered, music, civic awards and much more. More
Issues: Event
Newsletter article WV Citizen Action Group July 8, 2022
A Survey to Safeguard Democracy
Did you have an issue voting in the primary? If so, read this article, fill out the survey and share your experiences with us. Additionally, in order to reach as many voters as possible, the WV Freedom to Vote Coalition is initiating a texting campaign very soon, and we are looking for volunteers to help us out! More
Issues: Clean elections
Newsletter article WV Citizen Action Group February 18, 2022
HB 4785 Would Expand Executive Power And Weaken West Virginians’ Say-So On the Courts 
This week the House Judiciary Committee passed HB 4785 which would strip West Virginians of their ability to vote on newly appointed judges for several years, leaving no room for public input and without fully considering the huge impact it could have on workers, business owners, and families across West Virginia. More
Issues: CourtsLegislation
Action Alerts WV Citizen Action Group September 22, 2021
Your Comments Needed on PSC Power Plant THIS Friday
Public Testimony needed (in person or virtual) on the PSC plan to saddle WV rate payers with nearly 500 Million $ in long term costs, to keep 3 uncompetitive coal plants operating until 2040. More
Issues: EnergyPollution
Newsletter article WV Citizen Action Group August 20, 2021
WV CAG 2021 Awards Picnic – August 26
Join WV Citizen Action Group for their 2021 Awards Picnic. Please order your tickets here (donate what you can, although the suggested amount would be greatly appreciated). The event starts at 5PM with live music, drinks and mingling, and food being served at 5:45 PM and awards ceremony starting at 6:30PM! Please follow masking and social distancing guidelines. More
Issues: Event
Newsletter article WV Citizen Action Group June 11, 2021
We Need Your Voice and Your Support – Demand Democracy: Help Pass the For the People Act
To advance bold change in our democracy, we need bold solutions. The For the People Act (HR1/S1) is a once-in-a-generation democracy reform package to clean up our political system, expand and protect voting rights, end gerrymandering, and counter the power of big money in politics. The John Lewis Voting Rights Act (HR4) would restore and update the full protections of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 — the most effective civil rights legislation in the history of the United States. More
Issues: Clean electionsDemocracyLegislation
Newsletter article WV Citizen Action Group January 21, 2021
Virtual Citizen Civic Engagement Training – February 4, 5-7PM
Virtual Citizen Civic Engagement Training - February 4, 5-7PM. Talking to your representative might sound intimidating if you’ve never done it, but they’re just people who work for YOU. You can do this. You can help make important changes in our state. More
Issues: HealthLegislation