Because Democracy is not a Spectator Sport
The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization
encouraging the informed and active participation of citizens in government.
It influences public policy through education and advocacy.
BE SURE TO ATTEND ONE OF THE PUBLIC HEARINGS ON VOTE CENTERS. DATES AND LOCATIONS BELOW. THE HEARINGS ARE SPONSORED BY THE ST. JOSEPH COUNTY VOTE CENTER COMMITTEE AND ELECTION BOARD.
New Half-Price Student Membership
LWV South Bend Area now offers a student membership rate of $25.00! A student is defined as an individual who is enrolled either full or part-time in an accredited institution.
Consider a gift student membership - you will be opening the door to lifetime of Making Democracy Work.
Vote Centers - Public Hearings
St. Joseph County is considering whether to adopt a plan where vote centers would replace traditional precinct polling places. Four public hearings will be held in the coming weeks. Please attend, learn, and share your opinion.
Learn more at http://www.stjosephcountyindiana.com/Departments/Clerks/voting_elections.htm and send your questions and comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Locations of the public hearings:
Nov. 25 6 p.m. Charles Martin Center
Dec. 4 6 p.m. Mishawaka Knights of Columbus (tentative)
Dec. 11 6 p.m. German Township Library
Holiday Dinner Gathering - Javier's Bistro
December 11 at 6:00pm, 2007 Miami, South Bend
The League has selected YWCA North Central Indiana as the recipient of any gifts or financial donations you would like to make. Amanda Ceravolo and a YWCA client will speak. Amanda is YWCA Director of Development. The YWCA Holiday Wish List is attached. I sincerely hope you will join us! Please RSVP today to Geri email@example.com
Interested in supporting the LWV South Bend Area through a Citizen's Guide Sponsorship?
For as long as any member can recall, the League of Women Voters has published the Citizen's Guide to Representative Government, a comprehensive collection of contact information for local, state, and national government offices, plus St. Joseph County voting information.
The League distributes this valuable citizen resource free of charge at public places such as libraries, public offices and local businesses. We update the Guide following most November elections to keep it as current as possible and sometimes reprint between updates as demand dictates and purse strings permit. Organizations and individuals often tell us how eager they are for each new edition.
Your ongoing support will be most appreciated and will help ensure the League is able to continue Making Democracy Work® by making this legacy publication available to local citizens.
Interested in becoming a Sponsor?
Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Did you know . . . The LWV South Bend Area
★ Visits area high schools to register voters - 1077 in 2012!
★ Registers new voters at local events - at least 40 events since 2008
★ Sponsors candidate debates and forums before every election
★ Organized and cosponsored B Green to Save Green, an environmental education program for low-income families
★ Hosts Lunch with the League, a monthly public event featuring a talk by local leaders, followed by discussion
★ Provides voter information at the community events such as the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day celebration and Michiana Monologues
★ Hosts Evening with the League, a monthly gathering of members and friends
★ Sponsors public forums on topics of community interest such as the Property Tax Cap Constitutional Amendment, Redistricting, and Economic Development in our area
Want to learn more? Contact us at email@example.com today.
Meetings are held on the first Wednesday of each month at 5:30 pm at St Joseph County Public Library, Main Street, Downtown South Bend. Free Parking. Guests are welcome.