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.

Transportation Millage Proposal is on the May 6 ballot

What do you know about the upcoming Public Transportation Improvement Millage proposal? Did you know it's going to be on the ballot on Tuesday, May 6? You didn't know there was going to be a referendum at the polls in May? Glad we asked. For additional information, click HERE You can stream the AADL video of the Transit Forum HERE
Transit Forum sponsored by LWV-AAA brings standing-room only crowd

To find your local polling place or verify that you are registered to vote go to Vote411.org

Citizens United Presentations

On April 29 and April 30 A2Ethics (http://www.a2ethics.org) and the Interfaith Partnership for Political Action (http://www.ippa.us) are hosting two special presentations on the topic: Restoring The Voice of The People: Citizens' Responses to the Citizens United Decision. For details click HERE

Running for Public Office 101

What you need to know if you're thinking of Running for Public Office.

Thursday May 8, 2014

Ann Arbor Downtown Library

Co-sponsored by LWV-AAA and Delta Sigma Theta

The FEBRUARY 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