NTD members in action
Our members are active and engaged with marching, writing, attending party and legislative meetings, holding signs on sidewalks, calling their local and state representatives, and donating to key causes. See for yourself what we've been up to. Have you been involved in change-making? Let us know by sharing your efforts to email@example.com
Members rally at Heller's office
"Senator Heller. We are outside your office. Vote NO."
Republicans walk out
On June 1, Republicans, angry over the failure of their school voucher bill, walked out and
began a campaign to obstruct or veto hard fought bills that affect everyone from veterans to women, students, state workers and the environment. On Saturday, 150 people showed up at the legislature to ask them to stop their blockade. NTDems Coralin, Kathleen and Vivian were there.
members actively support affordable & accessible contraception
Heller/Amodei Town Hall Meeting
NT Dem Pam Straley got a front row seat at the Heller/Amodei Town Hall. Other members including Coralin Glerum were outside, shut out from the event when the room filled to capacity.
Vivian Leal lets her voice be heard at the Reno Journal Gazette on two important issues.
members testify at the NV legislature
NTD Members Vivian Leal and Lisa Cady were among the many testifying or present to support
SB 233/AB249 at the NV Legislature on Monday, March 6th. Passage of these bills would require insurers who want to do business in Nevada to include FDA listed contraceptives in their coverage.
The partisan, dysfunctional health care debate at the national level demands we protect our state's financial future ensuring that contraception remains accessible, affordable and enables all Nevada citizens to be responsible, independent, and productive.
Stay tuned for follow up actions you can join or support from home.
Members march in support of women
On a snowy day in January, NTD members joined hundreds of women, along with men and children, to march the streets of King's Beach in support of women's rights and equality. The North Lake Tahoe march was one of more than 650 that took place across the nation and world as part of the Women's March on Washington.
obama plays to a packed house in south lake tahoe
President Obama visited Lake Tahoe in August and addressed climate change during the 2016 Lake Tahoe Summit.
Obama called progress on Lake Tahoe’s restoration evidence of the nation’s ability to protect its natural resources and he ridiculed politicians who do not accept mainstream climate science.
“You don’t have to be a scientist,” he said. “You have to read, or listen to scientists to know that the overwhelming body of scientific evidence shows us that climate change is caused by human activity.”
This year's summit was hosted by retiring Nevada Senator Harry Reid. California governor Jerry Brown, Senators Barbara Boxer and Dianne Feinstein of California were also in attendance.