Chicago

Chicago

Because democracy is not a spectator sport

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

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Event Date: 
Jun 9 2018 - 8:30am
Event location: 

Maggiano's

Join us for our annual meeting, where we will be celebrating the successes from the past year and planning for the future. Members will be electing Board members, reviewing and changing bylaws, identifying programs, and approving the budget.

Time for Action

Action Alerts

Ask your alderman to support City Council ordinance O2017-7866, which will be heard in committee at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, May 22.

LWVSB Voter Registration Event

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 The League has two upcoming voter registration events. On May 30th, we will be registering voters at Wilson Abbey.

Time for Action

Action Alerts

Contact your Illinois State Representative to support SB 337, Amendment #3, the Combating Illegal Gun Trafficking Act. This bipartisan bill incorporates key provisions of the Gun Dealer Licensing Act (GDL), in addition to incorporating new provisions that expand the bill's appeal across both aisles.

ERA Hearing

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Equal Rights Amendment Hearing

Time for Action

Action Alerts

Call your IL State Senator to vote "Yes" on SB2387 Amendment #2. Locate your legislator's contact info: https://openstates.org/find_your_legislator/

Time for Action

Action Alerts

Call your State Representative and State Senator and ask him or her to support these three bills: SB35 (Immigration Safe Zones Act), SB3488 (Anti-Registry Act), and SB34 (VOICES Act).

League members visit Rep. Heather Steans

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League life member Marjorie Ettlinger from Highland Park is new to LWV Chicago. She recently joined Chicago and Evanston League members in an interview with her representative Heather Steans (D-7 th District).

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