When speaking with friends, family and neighbors, please curb public expectations for immediate election results. It is okay that election results may not be called or announced on Election Day as in previous elections.
From 12 noon to 6 PM on September 22, 2020 the Whitewater Area League participated in our first Voter Information Drive Through in a Cravath Lakefront Parking Lot. A total of 17 volunteers helped in a plethora of ways big and small.
We know many people these days are comfortable with making online payment transactions. Our new Treasurer, Etty Wilberding, has spent countless hours working with customer service at PayPal setting up our account.
We’re into the “burr” months—September, October, November, and December. It’s time to renew your membership to the League of Women Voters—Whitewater Area for the 2020-2021 year. We’ve already received Membership Renewals from several members.
[MADISON, Wis.] - The League of Women Voters of Wisconsin (LWVWI) reminds voters across the state they can receive help from local nonpartisan experts in advance of the November Election by calling or texting the Voter Helpline at
(Madison, Wis) Para ampliar el alcance de su información personalizada hacia el votante, la Liga de mujeres votantes de Wisconsin (LWVWI por sus siglas en inglés, N.del T.) ha publicado recientemente su guía en VOTE411.org en inglé
As part of the Wisconsin Centennial Suffrage Celebration, members of the Governor's 19th Amendment Centennial Committeerecorded and submitted video messages to celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment.