February 22 LWVN hosted a panel discussion on Policing in Naperville. Panelists, left to right, Holly Schroetlin of Moms Demand Action, Michael Childress President DuPage NAACP, Robert Marshall Naperville Chief of Police, Ed Yohnka ACLU Illinois, and Jeff Knezovich LWVN moderator.
Civility in Public and Personal Life. LWVN and the Naperville Interfaith Leadership Alliance hosted a nonpartisan interactive discussion of civility in public and personal life presented by the Institute for Civility in Government. Are you burned out by the anger in public political conversation? Does compromise necessarily mean “defeat?” The Houston-based Institute for Civility in Government will presented an interactive discussion about how to engage […]
What can you do right now, today, to be politically active and make Democracy work? VOTE!!! 1. Register to vote! DuPage County Will County Check the status of your registration at DuPage County Board of Elections Will County Board of Elections 2. Vote in all elections; yes, even the primaries! Our next election, a consolidated primary election, will be February 28, 2017. 3. Become an election […]
LWVIL was an official sponsor of the Women’s March on Chicago! Saturday, January 21!!!, League of Women Voters Naperville was there to march, loud and proud with our banner and our flag! League of Women Voters Naperville members marched in Chicago, West Palm Beach FL, and in Washington DC! These historic marches focused on issues we care about. As Chris Carson, President of LWVUS said: […]
“Illinois Campaign Contributions: Is the Sky the Limit?” is the title of ICPR’s upcoming open discussion with experts on 2016 campaign spending in Illinois as it compares with other states. Panel members include LWVIL’s Executive Director, Mary Schaafsma. The event will be held on Tuesday January 24th from noon to 2pm. Click HERE for more information.