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.
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The Woodridge Library 2017 meetings for the AM group are over for 2017.
The remaining meetings for the Downers Grove Library PM group are May 9 and May 30. The group meets from 7:00 PM to 8:50 PM and the Monitor is Nancy Peraino, email@example.com, 630 968 8706.
The following units of government will be observed: High School District 99, Elementary District 58, Lisle Township, Downers Grove Library, Woodridge Library, Downers Grove Park District, and Village of Downers Grove. Other units may be added in the future.
Check out all the May 2017 Reports.
The League of Women Voters has seven local chapters with members who reside in and pay taxes for COD District 502. Four of the seven local League chapters have formed a coalition of interested members to observe and create Observer Reports. We will be regularly posting the Observer Reports for all to read.
Gol to section on Observer Reports to view the reports.
This interactive program was led by League of Women Voters members and civics educators to provide tools and techniques we could all use to discuss contentious or controversial issues.
SPONSORED BY: DOWNERS GROVE AREA AAUW & LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS IN DOWNERS GROVE, WOODRIDGE, & LISLE
We enjoyed an evening with friends and demonstrated active support of Equal Pay for Women.
Great attendance! Thank you to all who participated in this forum.
The LWV has long held a position to address human trafficking and in particular sex trafficking in our country. Our expert panel included Sgt. Rich Hawkins, DuPage County Sheriff Department, Frank Massolini, Founder and Director of Anne's House, and Eric Nelson, Executive Director of Administer Justice.