LWVAAA 2018 high school poster contest display at Saline Library
WEMU 89.1 interview "In the Public Interest" with LWV members Paige Nong and Mary Seelhorst
This was the LWVAAA yardsign - now all sold out
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.
Submitted by Ann Arbor Area in February 2020.
Check us out at LWV-AAA Twitter and we're on LWV-AAA Facebook, too.
Submitted by Ann Arbor Area in January 2020.
In preparation for the 2020 Census, the state of Michigan has launched a new website to provide information and resources to Michiganders.
Submitted by Ann Arbor Area in September 2019.
This year we celebrate the 100th anniversary of the 19th amendment that gives women the right to vote. The Centennial Celebration website is your source for information about all the eve
We just saw history.
Getting ready for 2020 voter registration efforts, LWVAAA scheduled 2 training events in January that were led by
Submitted by Ann Arbor Area in December 2019.
The Census 2020 Education team continues its three main tasks:
We scored a home run with last night’s dinner. The food was excellent, the room looked good, and the servers were very professional. Conversation flowed as over 70 members and friends shared drinks then dinner. Board members and committee head
U-M professor emeritus of political science and public policy, John Chamberlin, discussed the Electoral College with WEMU host Lisa Barry.
Submitted by Ann Arbor Area in October 2019.
Curious about today's civics education in High School? Do you ever wonder if our kids are learning about how our democracy works?