Election Day

WI ELECTION COMMISSION
STATEMENT ON RECENT ELECTION MISINFORMATION
 

"It is unfortunate that Rep. Brandtjen is claiming there are 'ghost voters' in Wisconsin when nothing could be further from the truth..."
-Wisconsin Election Commission Chair Ann Jacobs

 

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REGISTER TO

VOTE

visit www.myvote.wi.gov

to learn how

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NEXT ELECTION

IN WI

2022 Spring Election

April 5, 2022

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 VOTING/ELECTION NEWS

View the latest voting and election news here

ATTEND

Upcoming Webinar

Bridges and Roads Infrastructure Category Meeting

May 27-Aug 19, 2021 | 3-5pm via Zoom

What to Expect 

LWVWI will be hosting meetings on all categories of the ASCE Infrastructure Report Card to discuss the need for infrastructure improvements and investments. Each meeting will be about a specific infrastructure category. Read the full ASCE Infrastructure Report Card brochure here.

Schedule

  • Bridges and Roads: May 27

  • Transit and Aviation: June 17

  • Inland Waterways and Ports: July 8

  • Stormwater and Dams: July 29

  • Drinking Water and Wastewater: Aug 5

  • Hazardous Waste & Solid Waste: Aug 19

 

 

REGISTRATION REQUIRED

Cutting Cake

PARTICIPATE

Upcoming League Event

Annual Kickoff Potluck Supper and Women's Equality Day Celebration

Aug 26, 2021 | 5-8pm at Greenfield Park Shelter Area 03A, 2028 S. 124th Street, West Allis

Festivity Info

All members and friends are invited to the LWVMC Annual Kickoff for the coming programmatic year. Please bring a salad, dessert, or other dish to share and your own tableware. Beverages will be provided.

  • Enjoy the company of other Leaguers

  • Hear about plans for the year to come

  • Celebrate Women’s Equality Day

There is no need to register, just show up!  Site 3A is near the southern entrance off W. Lincoln Avenue We hope to see you there.

*Wheelchair accessible, has restrooms and electricity

VIEW

View the Recording of LWVMC's Virtual 
Lunch & Learn
 from July 20, 2021 | via Zoom
 
Featuring Dr. Toshiba Adams
Topic: Black Children Matter, Black Futures Matter

More about Dr. Toshiba Adams:

Dr. Toshiba Adams is a respected college professor from UW Whitewater and MATC and trains future teachers in child development and Professional Development

About LWVMC Lunch&Learn Series
LWVMC sponsors a free, virtual gathering on the third Tuesday of each month. We build friendship and inspire action to work together to influence public policy, meeting basic human needs in Milwaukee County. We follow the lead of Black and Brown women, choosing to be better rather than bitter in 2021.
 

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TAKE

ACTION

PRESS RELEASE

via Urban Milwaukee

Time is Now for Voters to be Mindful of State Effort to Remove Registered Voters from Rolls

May 17, 2021

from Urban Milwaukee (view article here)

Cavalier Johnson, Common Council President

"Today, two communication files I sponsored (Council files 210070 and 210077) were brought before the Judiciary and Legislation Committee to further trumpet the need for voters to monitor their mail for an important postcard notifying them that they have 30 days to ask to keep their voter registrations active.

The postcard – coming from the state Elections Commission – will be sent to certain voters in June, and voters will have until July 15th to ask that they remain registered to vote."

REVIEW

Police Reform: Learn the Issues and Advocate for Reform

from April 27, 2021

Resources shared during the Police Reform event for your review:

View the slides shared during this event below:

VIEW RECORDING

Keeping Milwaukee Safe

COVID-19 and MMSD's Infrastructure Needs

from March 25, 2021

Featuring 

Professor Sandra McLellan

Human and Ecosystem Health

School of Freshwater Sciences

UW-Milwaukee

Presenting on: Testing for COVID-19 at MMSD

and

Executive Director Kevin Shafer

Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District

Presenting on: Infrastructure Needs at MMSD

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