The Midland Area

The Midland Area

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. It neither opposes nor endorses candidates or political parties.

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Census 2020 is here! Please respond by April 1, 2020.

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LWVC Recommendations on November 6 Ballot Propositions

Governor Whitmer Signs Executive Order Expanding Absentee Voting in May 5 Elections

Video of Ann Manary, County Clerk, talking about new voter rights.

LWV members rally at the Supreme Court

“This is a historic moment for our democracy here in Michigan,” Jocelyn Benson said at a press conference Thursday. “In order to ensure this process is truly citizen-led, citizens must lead it and be involved in it.”

You can now apply to be on the Michigan Redistricting Commission on the Secretary of State webpage. The application period runs through the end of May 2020.

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The LWV of the Midland Area has a new web page. The new service is called MyLO - My Web Online. Like our previous web designer, it is created and operated by the LWV of California.

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