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.

NEWSLETTER

The MARCH NEWSLETTER is here to read

ANNUAL MEETING MAY 19

MICHIGAN RADIO'S ZOE CLARK TALKED POLITICS AT LWV-AAA ANNUAL PUBLIC MEETING, MAY 19

Ann Arbor's favorite political junkie, Zoe Clark, was the keynote speaker at the LWV-AAA 2015 Annual Meeting.

You can view a video of her talk by clicking HERE

Ms. Clark, co-host (with Michigan Capitol reporter Rick Pluta) of the popular weekly Michigan Radio segment, It's Just Politics, gave a behind-the-scenes look at how politics is -- or isn't -- currently working at the state capitol. Using Proposal One as an example, she described the intra-party dynamics among Republicans, how Democrats are working to stay relevant in a GOP-controlled Legislature, and what this all means for 2016 elections and beyond.

YOUR ELECTED OFFICIALS

LWV-AAA prepared listing of names and contact information of elected officials including local officials, as well as state and national. YOUR ELECTED OFFICIALS

WHO'S WHO IN LANSING

And how to contact them. See 2015-2016 Citizen's Guide to Government issued by the Michigan Legislature; includes state agencies.