Making Democracy Work

MAKING DEMOCRACY WORK

The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging informed and active participation in government. It influences public policy through education and advocacy.

NEXT ELECTION IS NOV. 4

For ballot information go to Current Election Information

And see below for LWV-AA election action.

LWV MI Reschedules UM Regents' Forum to Friday, Oct. 24 at 4 pm

It will be held at the Gerald Ford School of Public Policy, Annenberg Auditorium on the UM campus. "We are delighted that all four of the major party candidates are available to participate in the Forum on October 24," said Sue Smith, LWV MI President. "Several of them had schedule conflicts on the previously announced date."

Smith said, "It's important to provide an opportunity for the public to hear where the candidates for U of M Regent stand on issues facing the University. Voters need to be informed when they go to the polls on election day."

For the most current information on the Forum, visit "http://www.fordschool.umich.edu"

LWV-AAA CANDIDATE FORUMS CAN BE VIEWED ON-LINE

Ann Arbor forums are completed and can be viewed on-line at http://a2cititv.pegcentral.com/

Ypsilanti forums can be viewed at:
Mayoral
Community School Board
City Council

THE LWV NATIONAL VOTER INFORMATION SITE

Vote411.org CLICK to access information about YOUR ballot, candidates, and much much more. THE VOTE411 SITE IS UP AND RUNNING.

HELP GET OUT THE VOTE!

LWV-AAA has yard signs! For $10 you can have a yard sign to use for the November 4th election and then over-and-over at each election time. Email SIGNS@lwvannarbor.org for details on how to purchase.

The SEPTEMBER NEWSLETTER is here to read

YOU CAN ORDER YOUR OWN LWV DEFENDER OF DEMOCRACY TEE SHIRT

For details go to FLYER; For order form go to ORDERVolunteers at LWV Art Fair Booth July 2012