Our families make tough decisions every day — especially about healthcare. We trust Oregonians to make the right decision for themselves, whether that’s to become a parent or end a pregnancy.
Nuestras familias toman decisiones difíciles todos los días—especialmente acerca de los servicios de salud. Confiamos que las personas de Oregón toman la decisión correcta por sí mismas, ya sea convertirse en padres o interrumpir un embarazo.
In the November 2018 election, Floridians will have the chance to decide the future of our state. Will we be a state with fairness for ALL people, a clean environment, high quality jobs, and a bright future for all people who live in Florida? Your vote will make the difference!
The 2017 report seeks to inform policy makers, organizations and community members about both the policies that promote equitable outcomes for all families and the policies that harm families.
Who’s Who? covers some general information about how Georgia state government works across all three state branches, legislative, executive, and judicial. It also covers local governments. All of the positions featured in the Who’s Who? —both elected and appointed — impact families in our state.
Throughout the legislative process, Strong Families New Mexico (SFNM), along with our community leaders and partner organizations, engages in the process to make sure the voices of our families and communities count. This resource will help New Mexcans understand the legislative process for how a bill becomes a law.
Civic engagement means getting everyday folks involved in the decisions that affect our families and communities. Election season is an especially important time for us to speak up, and there are many ways we can all get involved in the process, regardless of our citizenship status or whether we can vote.
Candidates running for office knock on our doors, attend events, and hold candidate forums. Use these questions the
next time you see a candidate to learn more about where they stand on the issues that matter to you and your family.
Elections matter because elected leaders can make decisions that can either help or hurt our families. Politicians pay more attention to communities who participate in elections. Voting is an important way of saying, “Our families count all year during election year, during election season and beyond!”
Civic engagement means getting everyday folks involved in the decisions that affect our families and communities. Election season is an important time for us to speak up, and there are many ways we can all get involved in the process, regardless of our citizenship status. Asian and Pacific Islander (API) communities know the decisions elected leaders make impact our daily lives.