Learn how to build a successful campaign with the candidate of your choice—that could be you!
With the move of local government (City Council and School Board) to voting districts, it is important to the democratic process that more people step up to run for office. Build a successful campaign with the candidate of your choice! Topics include:
- How the new voting districts affect you as a voter
- What local non-elected positions are open
- How to run for local office
- The role and expectation of a MHUSD Trustee
- The role and expectation of a Morgan Hill City Council Member
Learn from our City Manager, Mayor, and past trustees and council members.
Please encourage attendance from friends and colleagues who may be interested in running for office, taking a non-elected position (such as an open commission position), or running a campaign. For more information, go to our Facebook Event, download a flyer to share, or contact Margie Snively.
The Morgan Hill AAUW branch is hosting a program on science writing by San Jose Mercury News reporter Lisa M. Krieger on Tuesday, March 27, 2018 at 7:00 pm, in the program room at the Morgan Hill Library. Lisa reports on medicine, science, environment, and scientific policy and research. Her coverage of the California drought earned her two major awards.
Contact: Margaret McCann.
The Wildflower Run is a 501(c)3 non-profit event, organized by the Morgan Hill branch of AAUW (American Association of University Women) and run by volunteers.
All proceeds fund scholarships and programs supporting equity and education for women and girls.
Please join us in making the 35th Annual Wildflower Run at Live Oak High School an overwhelming success! It is our branch’s only fundraiser, so we request participation from all our members. If you don’t have a job yet, please contact volunteer coordinator Janet McElroy.
For details, go to the Wildflower Run website.