A Place for Everyone:  A Discussion of Fair Housing - November 19

A Place for Everyone:  A discussion of fair housing for all community members.  Tuesday, November 19, 6:30-8pm,  Centennial United Methodist Church, 1524 County Road C2, Roseville.  Speakers Minnesota Rep. Alice Hausman, Cathy ten Broeke, State Director of Prevent and End Homelessness, and Maria Wetherall, Exec. Director Ramsey County Veterans Services and Chair, Heading Home Ramsey.

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Dinner Theater - Centennial Celebration December 12, 2019

Dinner Theater, From Seneca Falls to South St. Paul

This year’s holiday party will be a spectacular and fun event that is not to be missed! Since we are celebrating 100 years of the League of Women Voters, the Centennial Committee has planned a special evening for you with great music, delicious food and theater. We encourage women who are able to dress as suffragettes, and everyone will receive a commemorative lapel pin.  

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Presidential Primary 2020

The Minnesota Secretary of State's office has put together information about the upcoming Presidential Primary.  Due to a change in state law, Minnesota for the first time will hold a presidential primary on March 3, 2020.  You can see all the information provided, including information on absentee and early voting, by going to the MN Secretary of State web page

Early voting begins January 17, 2020.

Novermber/December 2019 Voter

This issue of The Voter contains many articles, including:

  • Information on the November 19 program A Place for Everyone, which includes a panel on affordable housing.  
  • The Dinner Theater celebration: From Seneca Falls to South St. Paul on December 12 at Gulden's Restaurant.  
  • Recaps of two October events: Women in Politics and Why We Can't Afford Not to Have Health Care for All.
  • Florence Sprague's article about the need to assist people who have been incarcerated to reintegrate into society

Organizing Conference League of Women Voters Minnesota

100 years ago, on October 28-29, 1919, our founding members took the first step to incorporate and mobilize the League of Women Voters Minnesota. A copy of the original program is available, as a reminder of our ambitious beginning, and as tribute to the women who blazed the trail that led us to today.  To see the program, click here.

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October 2019 Voter

Some highlights of this issue include:

  • Information about the October 8 program Why We Can't Afford Not to Have Health Care for All.  Please note that the deadline for signing up for dinner is this Thursday (October 3).
  • An article titled Education- Chicken or Egg?  by Florence Sprague  on why education can't solve all societal problems.
  • An article by Donna Peterson detailing the new organics recycling programs in Roseville and Maplewood.
  • League events scheduled for the rest of the program year.

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