Becoming American - Promise and Prejudice - December 13

The League of Women Voters Roseville Area assisted the Shoreview Library in securing a grant through the National Endowment for the Humanities to present a six-session public program, Becoming American, to encourage an informed discussion of immigration issues against the backdrop of our immigration history.   This second session, Promise and Prejudice, will be held Thursday, December 13t

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Everyone Counts - Ramsey County Takes on the 2020 Census - November 13

Our November 13th League meeting featured Jolie Wood, from the Ramsey County Policy and Planning Division, speaking on plans Ramsey County is already beginning to put in place to make sure that everyone counts.  The meeting was 6:30 - 8:00 pm at the Autumn Grove Park Building, 1365 Lydia Ave. W. Roseville (corner of Lydia and Hamline).   The event is free and open to the public.  

You can see the video of this presentation by going to our YouTube channel.

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November - December 2018 Voter

This issue of The Voter includes articles about:

  • The upcoming election and where you can find information about voting, and also links to video replays of Candidate Forums
  • Recaps of two recent events, Finding Common Ground on Gun Violence and the CMAL Panel on Metropolitan Governance
  • An article by Florence Sprague called Music or Noise? about sonic prejudice and sonic inclusion
  • A call for volunteers to participate in the Observer Corps

...and much more.

Election Day Registration

The Minnesota Secretary of State's Office has provided information on what you need to register to vote at your polling place on Election Day..Bring:

  • Valid ID with current name and address; or
  • Photo ID plus a document with your current address; or
  • A registered voter who can confirm your address; or
  • College student ID with housing list; or
  • Valid registr;ation in the precinct; or
  • Notice of late registration; or
  • Staff person of a residential facility

To see all details, click on this link.  Or contact the Office of the Minnestoa Secretary of State at mnvotes.org or calll 1-877-600-VOTE

Becoming American - A Century of Immigration - November 8

The League of Women Voters Roseville Area assisted the Shoreview Library in securing a grant through the National Endowment for the Humanities to present a six-session public program, Becoming American, to encourage an informed discussion of immigration issues against the backdrop of our immigration history. The first session, Thursday, November 8th, a Century of Immigratio

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Election 2018 Coverage by Lillie Suburban Newspapers

The Lillie Suburban Newspapers has compiled information on candidates for local elections.  This includes information Mayoral and City Council Candidates for the cities of Little Canada, Maplewood and Roseville.  There is also information about the School Board Candidates in ISD 622 (North St. Paul/Maplewood/Oakdale).  Access the Lillie Suburban Newspapers link here.

The Minnesota Secretary of State's Office has compiled available candidate information for the Candidates running in Lauderdale.  For City Council Candidates, click on this link.  For the information on the Mayoral Candidate, click on this link.

Wherefore the Metropolitan Council? - Saturday, October 20

The Council of Metropolitan Area Leagues of Women Voters (CMAL) presents a panel of experts who will answer questions about how the Metropolitan Council should be governed and what the current controversy is: Deb Dyson (Minnesota House legislative analyst), Keith Carlson (Executive Director of Minnesota Inter-County Association), C. Terrence Anderson (University of Minnesota Center for Urban & Regional Affairs), and Patricia Nauman or designee (Association of Metro Municipalities).  This event is part of the CMAL process for evaluating its current positions on the Metropolitan Council and will be the subject of consensus questions in February 2019.

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October 2018 Voter

In the October 2018 issue of The Voter you will find:

  • Reflections by President Sherry Hood on several events held in the larger community 
  • A thoughtful essay by Florence Sprague on community engagement at any age
  • Reports on several sponsored events held in September
  • An updated schedule of events for the balance of the 2018-2019 year.

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