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Voter Center Placement Project

In recruiting centers, members of the LWVTA were trained to educate the public in meetings about the new voting procedures in LA County.

Learn about the New Voting Procedures
Mike Gipson & LWVTA

Legislative Interview with Assembly-Member MIke Gipson

League of Women Voters Torrance Area Interviewed Assembly-Member Mike Gipson of the 64th District.

Popovers in Pasadena

Summer League: Persuasion and Popovers in Pasadena

Learn with the Torrance League all about the Census and Effective Communication Techniques

Popovers in Pasadena

Torrance Area


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The face of homelessness in Torrance: Jack, 54 lives on railroad tracks in the Carson/Torrance area.
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Event Date: 
Nov 2 2019 - 1:00pm
Event location: 

El Camino College

Dear Community Leader,
From the Governor's Office, Published: Oct 09, 2019:
Forever Stamp

With this stamp, the Postal Service commemorates the centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which guarantees women the right to vote.

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Voting Solutions for All People (VSAP) Demo Center

State of the City Opening

State of the City 2019 opened with a Torrance Fire Department's rousing pipes and drums version of "Amazing Grace."

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Event Date: 
Jun 30 2020 (All day)

LWVTA Calendar 2019-2020


Donating a Vehicle to the LWV is Easy:

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Board Members
Event Date: 
Nov 5 2019 - 7:00pm
Event location: 

TRG Real Estate Office (Conference Room)

The LWVTA meets on the last Thursday of each month except July and December. All Members are welcome to attend any board meeting. Only officers and directors have a vote.

LWVTA Leader of Climate Action Week Event

Led by our Natural Resources Director, Gloria Gutierrez, the LWVTA hosted a movie screening of "Before the Flood," a climate change documentary produced by National Geographic and narrated by UN Messenger of Peace Leonardo DiCaprio. B

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City Council District Elections
Economic Policy Institute Article
Research & Studies

EPI researchers reflect on the state of labor in the United States

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Action Alerts

Click on button below to access recent LWV, California, Action Alerts:

LWV Action Alerts

Daily Breeze Article on Suffagettes

An article by Hunter Lee in the Torrance Daily Breeze, Monday, August 26th:



Popovers in Pasadena

At the Pasadena Women's Club, the League of Women Voters Torrance Area Board members Emma Simmons, Jill Verenkoff, Sue Herbers Pat Kromka, Pam Thornton and Gloria Guitierrez met for lunch (including those famous popovers!) and informative lectures

Research & Studies

The Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) has prepared Local Profiles for each SCAG member jurisdiction every two years since 2009.

Sex Trafficking

Recently, California passed controversial AB 329, the California Healthy Youth Act, and it is now being implemented by the State Board of Education.

Interview Al Muratsuchi
Public Statement

Torrance, CA – Governor Gavin Newsom signed into law Assembly Bill (AB) 272, authored by Assemblymember Al Muratsuchi (D-Torrance), a bill that encourages California school districts to develop and adopt policies that

Annual Meeting Picture

On June 8th at the Depot, local members celebrated the 57th annual meeting and election of officers at the League of Women Voters Torrance Area.

VSAP Meeting

On Thursday evening, May 16th, the L.A.


“Everything we throw away, comes back.” Although we have created billions of tons of plastic products over the past 60 years, many of which are single-use items, only 9% of it is recycled, according to National Geographic.