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The First Campaign Win of 2017!

We are excited to announce our first win of 2017 in Madison, Connecticut. The vote was a terrific 1,897 in support of the library project, while only 550 people voted no. This win last night (February 7, 2017) means the library can more than double in size, from its current 17,000 square feet to 37,000 […]

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Show Solidarity With All Americans With These ‘All Are Welcome’ Buttons

One of the best things about our nation’s 9,000 library systems is that there are no exclusionary rules and everyone is welcome. Millions of people from different places and of all ages, sexes, races, religions, preferences, and socio-economic backgrounds come through those doors every day. As a country, we are fortunate that libraries are supported […]

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EveryLibrary Supports Geneva Public Library

EveryLibrary is proud to support the Geneva, New York campaign for a better library. Next week, on May 17th, the city of Geneva in New York will vote on a proposed $0.14 tax increase per $1,000 in assessed property value. If passed, the extra cost to the average tax payer in Geneva will be an […]

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Help Us Match ByWater Solutions’ $1,500 contribution challenge.

ByWater Solutions has generously made a commitment to donate $1,500 to our VoteLibraries project if we can get $1,500 in matching donations. If we succeed in matching this donation we will have the resources to put ads about voting for libraries in front of 300 thousand Americans through online adspace duringthe primaries. If only 100 […]

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Take Action and Support Local Control of New York Public Libraries

This news comes from the New York Library Association and is a call to action to stand up for local control of New York Libraries. As of August 6, 2015 New York Libraries have less than a week to stand up for the right of local New York voters to determine the fate of their […]

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April Political Action Webinar Series

You need to be successful in politics to be successful in libraries and we can start your training for success. Most libraries in the United States are funded through voter or political action. Even if you are not going to the voters or need support from your local politicians in the next couple of years, […]