Mariposa AAUW raises community awareness and provides voter education events to prepare citizens to exercise civic responsibilities.
We offer several community events that support voter education. Our last big voter education event was our Election Forum. Scroll down to learn more.
The AAUW Election Forum is a moderated event for non-partisan office elections.
AAUW seeks to involve the community in identifying topics of interest related to the elected office and to facilitate an environment for sharing ideas.
The purpose of the forum is to encourage the free exchange of ideas between the community and candidates.
The forum provides a chance for the candidates to hear of issues of importance to the community as well as an opportunity for the community to learn about the candidates’ position on issues.
Our last Election Forum was held….
- Mariposa County Unified School District Board Candidates
- Measure M, the proposed 2% increase in the Transient Occupancy Tax (TOT)
- Judy Eppler (left)
- Christy Wall (right)
Kim Monson moderates debate on Measure M
2016 Primary Candidates’ Forum
AAUW Mariposa held two events- one in Mariposa, and one in Greeley Hill with high public turn out and lots of great questions.
District Supervisor – Cathey’s Valley
Candidate Forum – JCF Hospital District Board
Candace Harrison, Samuel (Mike) McCreary and Carl Wood joined the community in an opportunity to discuss their qualifications and stance on issues facing the JCF hospital District Board in the next term. Suzette Prue was unable to join due to previous commitments. Troy Foster read her opening and closing statement.
April 4th – Greely Hill Candidate Forum
April 25th – Board of Supervisors’ Chambers. This informative evening allowed citizens to meet and hear the District 2 and 5 Supervisor candidates answer questions and express their views on topics relevant to the community and the county.
On May 12th, 2010 Candidates for District 1 and 3 Supervisors, Sherrif, Auditor and unopposed candidates for District Attorney, Assessor, Treasurer participated in a forum held at the County Supervisor’s Chambers. AAUW members consolidated questions from the audience which were presented by the moderator.