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 PUBLIC MEETING

Ann Arbor Elections: What works? What doesn't? Tuesday, March 3, 2015 Ann Arbor District Library 343 S. Fifth Ave

GOOD GOVERNMENT IS MORE THAN ELECTIONS

Read a summary of the Governor's State of the State Address titled 2015 And Forward: A Call for Action.

WHO'S WHO IN LANSING

And how to contact them. See 2015-2016 Citizen's Guide to Government.

The NOVEMBER NEWSLETTER is here to read

Electoral College Reform - will it happen in Michigan?

LWV-MI President Sue Smith tells Michigan House Elections and Ethics Committee The League of Women Voters of Michigan urges you to oppose HB 5974 which would change the way Michigan votes for President

Click HERE and scroll down to see Advocacy Reform article in LWV-MI League Links Nov 2014 issue.

HELP GET OUT THE VOTE (for the next election)

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.

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