This year, the MI Women’s Equality Day Celebration is on August 27, 2022, at St. Mary’s Cultural & Banquet Center in Livonia, MI. The event is limited to the first 90 people who register.
July highlights include the impact the League’s People Powered Fair Maps program has had on redistricting, the League’s position and support of the DISCLOSE Act, and the League’s interest in the January 6 Committee’s findings, due this fall.
Look here for a link to We Won’t Go Back rallies throughout the country.
VOTE411 is a one-stop shop for nonpartisan information on elections and candidates.
LWVMI is looking for volunteers to help observe the canvassing of the post-election process following the August 2 Primary.
CitizenDetroit has invited 100 candidates running in Southeast Michigan to record their pitches, so the public can learn more about who they are and what they stand for.
We publish our monthly newsletter, the LWV Detroiter, sharing a roundup of non-partisan voting/voter-related information and events, actions, and alerts on the political front.
LWV June recap highlights the Supreme Court decision to overturn the constitutional right to abortion, the LWV amicus brief in defense of New York gun safety laws, and the LWVUS Biennial Convention in Denver, CO.
Following is a PTV2022 update with links to FAQs and how to sign the petition.
Read Dr. Turner’s message following the US Supreme Court decision to end the constitutional right to an abortion.