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LWVE will host the LWVMinnesota traveling exhibit, A Century of Civic Engagement, at the Edina Grandview Library, October 14-20.
LWVE will host a free public reception at the Exhibit on Tuesday, October 15 from 5:30-7:00 PMFind out more »
Lonni Skrentner, a retired history teacher, will speak on The U.S. Fight for Women’s Suffrage as part of LWVE's celebration of 100 Years of League in Minnesota.Find out more »
October Book Club: The Last Palace: Europe’s Turbulent Century in Five Lives and One Legendary House by Norman L. Eisen
Living in the US ambassador's residence in Prague, Norman Eisen began to discover the history hidden in that house. His book about the house is described as a masterfully told and immersive narrative about the last hundred years of European history, as seen through an extraordinary mansion – and the lives of the people who called it home.Find out more »
An evening of fun, laughter, drinks and irreverent political history. $5 per person; food available for purchase; cash bar.Find out more »
George Beck, chair of Minnesota Citizens for Clean Elections; former chair of the Minnesota Campaign Finance Board, will speak on “Money in Politics: The Erosion of Our Democracy”.Find out more »
Panelists: Rep. Alice Hausman, Chair of the Minnesota House of Representatives Housing Committee; Cathy ten Broeke, Executive Director of the Minnesota Interagency Council on Homelessness; and Maria Wetherall, Director of Ramsey County Veterans Services who chairs Heading Home Ramsey, a community-wide partnership that seeks to end homelessness for veterans in Ramsey County.Find out more »
Speakers: David Maeda, Director of Elections for State of Minnesota, and Grace Wachlarowicz, CERA, Director of Elections & Voter Services for the City of Minneapolis.Find out more »
LWVE members will have the opportunity to review and discuss LWVE Position Statements and make recommendations and suggestions for ACTION PLANS and ADVOCACY.Find out more »
For the first time since 1992, Minnesota will hold a Presidential Primary. How will this work? What do you need to know or do to vote? Will the lawsuit filed in December challenging the state law which authorized the primary affect the voting? Our Thursday morning speaker, Nick Harper, LWVMN Civic Engagement Director, will explain how this process will work.Find out more »
Caucuses and primaries are both ways to nominate candidates. The panelists will discuss the differences between the two nominating systems and will explain how the two processes will work in Minnesota for the 2020 election.Find out more »
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