League of Women Voters-Milwaukee County
April 11, 2021 | 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Ann Batiza, VP for Organization and Co-chair Natural Resources Committee.
The League of Women Voters of Milwaukee County is about more than voting, although it is one of the best sources for up-to-date local voter registration and candidate information. In addition to upholding the rights of voters, the LWV-Mke County is devoted to empowering voters through education and advocacy around issues of interest to our community. While Milwaukee has had an LWV chapter since 1930, the LWV-Mke County was formed by a merger of three local Leagues in 1989. Ann Batiza will discuss recent initiatives by the League and ways you can get involved, even without being a member.
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