MAKING DEMOCRACY WORK
The League of Women Voters, a nonpartisan political organization, encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy.
Latest News & Events
Having Fun Fundraising at Econo Foods
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General Election Results – Nov. 5th
Official Results – A Statement of Votes Cast and the Election Summary Report are available on the Marquette County Election Results page.
LWV Community Educational Programs – October 23-4
“Making Democracy Work” Voting Law Changes – Presented by Linda Talsma, Marquette County Clerk Redistricting Reform – Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission – Presented by Jo Foley, LWV member Census – 2020 – Presented by Pri Burnham, LWV member. All three topics were presented on the following dates: October 23, Negaunee Township Hall, October 24, Citizens Forum Room at Lakeview Arena October 24, Northern Michigan University.
Marquette Member-At-Large State Unit is recognized as an independent local League by the state League on October 12th.
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