The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging informed and active participation in government. It influences public policy through education and advocacy.
Thursday March 19 at 7:00pm
Crouse Education Center
780 Shoreline Dr
Aurora, IL 60504
Hosted by: League of Women Voters of Naperville and the Indian Prairie Parents' Council
The Forum will provide candidates the opportunity to share their qualifications and aspirations for District 204 and to provide voters with the opportunity to ask questions in a moderated, unbiased format.
Candidates Lori Price, Justin Karubas, Mark Rising and Renata Silva are vying for the three seats on the seven member Board of Education that will be filled at the April 7 election. All seats are for four-year terms expiring in April 2019.
The Naperville Homeowners Confederation has scheduled a slate of forums to help voters sort out their options and head into the voting booth fully prepared to cast their ballot. The schedule of the forums is available on our calendar
NCTV17 Executive Director, Liz Spencer, spoke with each candidate for 8-9 minutes about why they are running for office, their qualifications, what issus they feel are important, and how they describe their leadership style. Candidates also had an opportunity to tell the viewers a little more about themselves as people, not just as a candidate.
Starting March 1 you can tune in to Channel 17 in Naperville (Comcast & WOW! subscribers) and Channel 99 (AT&T UVerse) as well as online here and watch these interviews.
On Friday, February 27, 2015, Ray McGury, Executive Director; Brad Wilson, Director of Recreation and Eric Shutes, Director of Planning, spoke to members of the LWV Naperville in the lower level of City Hall. Each spoke and answered questions regarding the improvements at Sportsman's Park.
The update can be found at:Sportmans Update
|The League of Women Voters of Naperville is now accepting online donations and membership dues payments. If you are new to Naperville and want to join the league you can also do that online.|
Rooted in the movement that secured women the right to vote, the League of Women Voters has always been committed to registering, educating and turning out voters -- and we're not stopping now. To help us continue this vital work, please make a donation today. Your support helps the League continue to fight every day for free, fair and accessible democracy that works for all of its citizens -- not special interests.