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. We never support or oppose any political party or candidate.
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Apr 29: GENERAL MEETING: Bridging the Polarization Divide
May 3: UNIT DISCUSSION MEETINGS: Bridging the Polarization Divide
May 6-7: LWV Upper Mississippi River Region ILO Conference
May 11: International Relations /Great Decisions Discussion: Saudi Arabia in Transition
May 15: Lunch & Learn
May 17: LWV Milwaukee Annual Meeting
Jun 9-10: LWV Wisconsin Annual Meeting
Oct 8: New Member Orientation
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The goal of the project is to have Milwaukee Public High Schools provide all eligible 18-year-olds with the opportunity to register to vote and equip them with the information needed to become an informed and engaged citizen.
This Toolkit provides program options along with the tools and resources needed to implement voter education and registration into your school's curriculum and program offerings. All schools are unique and the intent of this toolkit is to provide a variety of options that can best fit with a school's programs, staff and students.
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Last revised: April 27, 2017 23:01 PDT.