Making Democracy Work in the E.U.P.
The League of Women Voters, a nonpartisan political organization, encourages the informed and active participation of citizens in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy. Any person of voting age may become a League member.
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City Commission Candidate Forum 2015
Constitution Day Celebration at the Chippewa County Courthouse & LSSU
This inaugural event was brought to Chippewa County by League of Women Voters of E.U.P. and 4-H. Judges, magistrates, attorneys, and other guest speakers spoke about the Chippewa County Courthouse's long history, the U.S. Constitution, and the importance of safe guarding the Bill of Rights. Students and parents also learned about a U.S. Supreme Court case specific to students' rights. Everyone left the event with a pocket constitution, which were provided by former MI Representative Frank Foster and the League of Women Voters of E.U.P.
Stay tuned for another Constitution Day Celebration in September 2015!
League of Women Voters of Michigan Calendar 2015-16
To view the 2015-16 calendar of the League of Women Voters, Michigan click here
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League of Women Voters Celebrates 95 Years of Service
United Way presents LWVEUP with award in 2014!
Outstanding news: League of Women Voters of E.U.P. was recognized as organization of the month in 2014 by United Way of E.U.P.! Doing great things for our community IS rewarding. It's not too late for you to join us!
United Way Award presented at Bayliss Library
Susan Smith, president of the League of Women Voters of Michigan, congratulates our first president, Amy Hjerstedt, November 2013 at the founding of the League of Women Votors of the Eastern Upper Peninsula.