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Fall 2020 Election Candidate Forums

Chippewa County Commission

Chippewa County Commission Candidates in competitive districts: Distric 2: Jim Martin and Anthony "Tony" Stackpoole, District 3 Erik Baron and Don McLean, and District 5 Robert Savoie and Raymond Johnson. Unfortunelty, Mr. Johnson and Mr. Stackpoole were unable to attend the virtual forum. 

First LWVEUP virtual candidate forum was a success! If you missed the Chippewa County Candidaete forum on October 7th, you can catch it on our YouTube Channel here:

Thank you to Mark at 1230 WSOO for moderating and broadcasting the forum on the radio (and its website Thank you to the candidates who could participate. And thank you to Taylor at Sault Evening News for covering tonight's forum. And a big big thanks to our volunteers for learning a new skill set--hosting a candidate forum on Zoom and YouTube Live. 

Michigan's 107th House District  

Learn about the candidates who want to represent you in Lansing. The person who wins the election will work on polices that cover education, criminal justice, voting, Enbridge/Line 5, water quality, transportation, housing, and a lot more!

Below is a virtual forum for candidates who ran for office for the November 2020 Election. This forum represents Michigan's 107th House district between Democratic candidate, Jim Page, and Republican candidate, John Damoose.   

Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission

This is your chance to represent your state, learn more about the communities across Michigan, create fair districts for all voters, and be part of the solution to help fix the divisive politics in our state. And, you can get paid for doing all of this democracy work! Apply for the Citizen's Redistricting Commission. Apply between now and June 1st, 2020. **You must have the application notarized before submitting. Find the application and other information about the Commission on the Secretary of State's website.

Census: You Count! 

Every 10 years, the U.S. Census Bureau conducs a census to determine the number of people living in the United States.

Who is counted? Everyone living at the address matters and everyone needs to be counted, including children and babies.

How do you fill it out? Respond online using the unique Census ID that will be mailed to you (March 2020). If you don't have internet access, you can respond by phone or mail. Between April and July 2020, reminder letters and postcards will be sent to people reminding them to fill out their Census form. Watch the video below to learn more about the Census. To retreive resources and FAQs, visit Be counted this 2020!