Women's Voters Case Study

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The league of Women’s Voters is a national organization that is dedicated to the education of voters of America. Although there name is aimed primarily at women, they are very much inclusive for men as well and frankly, I was very surprised that the group allowed the men to be member because of the name. The man that I talked with explained to me, that because of the regard and esteem that the organization is held in, it decided not to change that name when it began allowing men to join because it would hurt the branding more than it would help them. I spent roughly an hour and a half, to two hours, with Paul Spencer helping him organize his filing system and talking to him about the history of the organization. I know that the original…show more content…
One thing that Paul frequently brought up, and was extremely proud of, was the fact that the group has a website. This is a relatively new aspect of the organization, that came around within the last decade. One thing that we really delved into was Paul’s specific involvement during his time with the league, he started out as the secretary of the group, eventually moved on to webmaster, and also served as the active president for a period of time. He, and his wife, both remain extremely involved and active members of the organization and have both dedicated a good amount of their personal time to the improvement of the organization. Unfortunately, I was not able to complete the assignment to the letter of the law, but I believe that my time was spent wisely by helping the group in any manner that they needed. I ultimately believe that The League of Women’s Voters is an awesome organization that not only helps the educate ALL types of voters that follow then, as well as serve as an available tool for everyone to become more educated on a variety of issue, both nationally and locally. Their national brand is something that is held with high value, as it should be, and continue to be for all the great work that they do for the voters of
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