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Your voice. Your vote! 
Make sure you and those you care about are registered to vote!


NCJW is proud to partner
with Rock the Vote.
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To register through Rock the Vote, click here

Encourage friends & family
to register today!


To register to vote in Louisiana, 
click this link


For more information visit GeauxVote.com
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Want to know what happened during the current legislative session 

at the Louisiana State Capitol ?
 
Find out about how our lawmakers are working for women and families and how they aren't.

Click here for the June 2015 Update

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For more information on our advocacy efforts,
please see our advocates website
click here

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LOUISIANA COURTS MATTER
Promoting a Fair Federal Judiciary

IN CONJUNCTION WITH

Urban League of Greater New Orleans, League of Women Voters of New Orleans, 

Greater New Orleans Chapter of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women,

and Total Community Action, Inc.



THE VOTING RIGHTS ACT:

50 YEARS LATER


A COMMUNITY PRESENTATION

Thank you to

Guest Speakers:

Dale Ho

Director, Voting Rights Project

American Civil Liberties Union

Ellen Buchman


Vice President, Field Operations

Leadership Conference on Civil & Human Rights 

 
Louisiana Courts Matter supporting organizations: American Association of University Women, Anti-Defamation League, Equality Louisiana, Forum for Equality, Independent Women’s Organization, Law Students for Reproductive Justice, League of Women Voters, Louisiana Progress, National Council of Jewish Women, National Organization for Women, New Orleans Abortion Fund, U U Voices for Reproductive Freedom.
 

Special thanks to the National Council of Jewish Women Benchmark 

for on-going support, leadership and resources.


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If you have questions contact ,

Michelle Erenberg

VP Education, Gr New Orleans  Section

NCJW State Policy Advocacy Chair, Louisiana

National Council of Jewish Women

(504) 451-8489 merenberg21@gmail.com




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ADVOCACY COALITION FOR WOMEN'S ISSUES

NCJW has joined a powerful coalition of of advocacy organizations called LAW - Legislative Agenda for Women. LAW was established to develop and support specific legislation to improve and protect the interests of women.

Or contact Ina Davis: inanew@me.com / 504-919-2559 and she can tell you who your Senator is.






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NCJW Joins with Louisiana Women's Round-table

NCJW is thrilled to be working with a diverse network of non-profit organizations named Louisiana Women's Round-table. 

Louisiana Women's Round-table is a strong coalition of organizations including: American Association of University Women-New Orleans Branch, American Civil Liberties Union - Louisiana, Independent Women's Organization, Institute of Women and Ethnic Studies, League of Women Voters New Orleans, Louisiana Progress, National Council of Jewish Women, Greater New Orleans Section, National Organization for Women of New Orleans, and Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast


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 Click here  to find your voting poll location and sample ballot for your address.

 
 ELECTION 
VOTING INFORMATION
 

Now there are three early voting sites:

City Hall
1300 Perdido Street, Room 1W24
New Orleans, LA 70112

Algiers Courthouse
225 Morgan Street, Room 105
New Orleans, LA 70114

NEW SITE
Voting Machine Warehouse
8870 Chef Menteur Highway
New Orleans, LA 70127

For information call 504.658.8300



 ELECTIONS: ORLEANS AND JEFFERSON PARISHES

 Your Registrar of Voters Offices:


Voting Locations Orleans Parish 
Registrar of Voters, City Hall                               
1300 Perdido St., 1st floor, Suite 1W23 
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Algiers Courthouse
225 Morgan St.
8:30 a.m. to  4:30 p.m.


Voting Locations Jefferson Parish
Jefferson Parish Registrar of Voters
5001 Westbank Expressway, Suite C-2
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 

Jefferson Parish Registrar of Voters
1221 Elmwood Park Boulevard, Suite # 501
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Are you registered to vote?

If you moved...

Have you changed your address with the Registrar of Voters?

If NO is the answer to either of these questions,

NOW is the time to register.

It’s easy, just print out the online form or follow the directions and form listed beow:

 http://www.sos.louisiana.gov/Portals/0/elections/forms/form_0110_ver-011106.pdf

You must report your new address to the registrar in order to vote from the new address. NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN, GREATER NEW ORLEANS SECTION

Get registered NOW!  Your voice will make a difference!!!
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National NCJW Efforts

BenchMark - NCJW Benchmark Campaign. NCJW is committed to promoting reproductive freedoms for all women.

Yad B'Yad - Learn about NCJW's Initiative to Nurture Knowledge, a grant program supporting grassroots organizations serving at-risk children and their families in Israel.

Local Efforts

NCJW Greater New Orleans Section Vice President Public Affairs Michelle Erenberg
451-8489, merenberg21@gmail.com

Louisiana State Policy Advocacy Chair, Michelle Erenberg
451-8489, merenberg21@gmail.com

Contact Local Government Representives

Governor John Bel Edwards
Office of the Governor
Attn: Constituent Services
P.O. Box 94004
Baton Rouge, LA. 70804-9004
Telephone Number: (225) 342-0991 or 342-7015
Facsimile: (225) 342-7099
Email the Governor

Louisiana House of Representatives
Louisiana State Senate
PULS Line (up to the minute report on legislation)

Contact Federal Government Representives

Senator David Vitter
516 HART SENATE OFFICE BUILDING WASHINGTON DC 20510
(202) 224-4623
E-mail: david_vitter@vitter.senate.gov

Senator Bill Cassidy
703 HART SENATE OFFICE BUILDING WASHINGTON DC 20510
(202) 224-5824
Web Form: www.cassidy.senate.gov

President Barack Obama
The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20500
president@whitehouse.gov White House