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
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.
FALL VOTER REGISTRATION 2019
MQT Comes Out Event hosted by NMU Allies Oct. 11th
Negaunee October Fest and Pride Fest
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