Community Water Center

Community-driven water solutions through organizing, education, and advocacy

How many seats are up for election in my community?

How many seats are up for election in my community? To download a PDF of the local water boards in your county and to find contact information for your South Valley county elections office, visit our webpage here: www.communitywatercenter.org/water_board_elections


¿Cuántos puestos de la mesa directiva del agua están disponibles para las elecciones? Revise el siguiente documento con los nombres de las mesas directivas del agua en su condado visitando nuestra página web: www.communitywatercenter.org/water_board_elections

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