Edina Public School Town Hall

LWV Edina and the City of Edina facilitated a discussion of the proposed Edina Public Schools technology levy and bond issue on April 7, 2021. If you missed it, you can now view the presentation on the Youtube channel of the City of Edina.

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Fair and Accurate Elections Webinar

LWVMN sponsored the event How We Know 2020 Elections Were Fair and Accurate with Minnesota Secretary of State Steve Simon. LWV Edina was one of the co-sponsors. If you missed it, you can now view the webinar on LWVMN YouTube channel. It took place on Thursday, March 18, 2021, was hosted by LWVMN President Michelle Witte, and features other Minnesota election officials. It was a great and informative presentation.

This Tender Land by William Kent Kruger

This Tender Land Book CoverDid you know that LWV Edina has a book club?  March's pick is This Tender Land by William Kent Kruger. Described as a nature-filled adventure story, this book follows four orphans as they escape a training center for Native American children in Minnesota, canoe down the Mississippi River and discover others who are equally adrift in America in the midst of the Great Depression. The LWV Edina book club meets (virtually these days) every month on the 4th Saturday; March 27 is the next date. Members, check your newsletters for more information! Not a LWV Edina member? Join us!

Feb 9 Town Hall Meeting Video

The District 49 Legislators, Sen. Melisa Franzen, Rep. Heather Edelson and Rep. Steve Elkins, conducted a virtual Town Hall the evening of February 9, 2021. They addressed their priorities and answered questions submitted by constituents about COVID, budget, taxes, divided Legislature, education, affordable housing, legalizing cannabis, gun safety and voter rights. Watch the Town Hall here on our YouTube channel.

LWVE and Racial Justice

One of the goals of the League of Women Voters Edina is to advocate and participate in local action to eradicate discrimination and systemic racism. To that end, we have formed the Racial Justice Action Committee, which has three subcommittees, each with a specific focus  to engage our membership and the community. We will be publishing updates to this website as we do our work. Please check the RACIAL JUSTICE page often!