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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.

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In true 2020 fashion, we're celebrating online at votesforwomen100.org

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Steven Levitsky, Harvard Professor of Government and co-author of How Democracies Die, was our guest for the June Brews & Views.

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Jun 26 2020 - 12:00pm
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If you haven't finished the book (or started it?), you are welcome to come to Lunch & Learn anyway.  It's a fascinating topic and the conversation is bound to be interesting and informative.  

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Graphic designer Eric Oppitz (shown here with his wife Lauren) won the Ann Arbor city-wide contest to redesign their “I Voted” sticker.  His design will be distributed at all polling places in the city during the 2020 election and stickers will be

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Excerpt from June 8 message from Virginia Kase, CEO League of Women Voters, US

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VOTE411.org Wins Webby People's Voice Award for Best Government & Civil Innovation Website
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Do you have a personal or family story about voting?

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Technology overcame social distancing for the April 2020 Virtual Brews & Views.  We reached an audience of 96 viewers for a terrific presentation.

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There is no question that the Covid-19 pandemic presents a difficult and, in many ways, unprecedented challenge to America’s elections.

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In preparation for the 2020 Census, the state of Michigan has launched a new website to provide information and resources to Michiganders.