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In honor of #BlackHistoryMonth, we're highlighting African American women who have made an impact on Wisconsin's history.

Today we honor Bernice Lindsay. A champion of human rights, Lindsay was an original member of the Milwaukee Commission on Human Rights (formed in 1944) and was appointed to the Governor's Council on Human Rights in 1957.

Read more about Lindsay here: http://www.wbhsm.org/learning-center/

Bios of some important figures in Wisconsin’s history, these bios will change quarterly. For complete bios please contact our office at 414-372-7677
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Provisional voters - remember to get your missing information to your municipal clerk's office by 4pm tomorrow (Feb 23).

If you need help getting an ID, call (608)285-2141 for free voter assistance.

#BeAWisconsinVoter #WIVotes #myvotemyvoice

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You've voted. Now help others to vote and so much more. Join a local League of Women Voters in your area of Wisconsin. http://www.lwvwi.org/About/FindaLocalLeague.aspx
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HI, CITIZENS !

ONLY SCIENCE (scientific investigation) IS ABLE TO UNMUSK A FARCE, AND WORLD SHOULD KNOW THAT … ...

Dungeons of democracy - SOCIAL NETWORK CENSORED and other forms of violence to silence independent journalists victims of abuses...
Os “subterrâneos da democracia”, in portuguese ...

Em um Estado Democrático de Direito, um presidente da república poderia ignorar o capítulo das garantias fundamentais que asseguram direitos iguais para todos os cidadãos? Poderia ele interferir a favor de profissionais de sua confiança, em qualquer segmento da sociedade, de acordo com suas conveniências pessoais e políticas, em detrimento dos direitos dos que recusam proteção dessa natureza, mesmo sofrendo violento assédio moral por parte dos que têm blindagem oficial e certeza absoluta da impunidade ???

No nosso entendimento, trata-se de um exemplo típico de abuso de poder, só possível em regimes totalitários como o que vivemos, no Brasil de 64 a 85.
Numa democracia seria o impensável. Uma promiscuidade entre o público e o privado, corrupção, um achincalhe.
Who would dare to support that ???

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Great photo! Put yourself in the picture today. Be part of your democracy. Go Vote! Polls open until 8pm.

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Don't forget to vote today. The Wisconsin Elections Commission is a great place to start if you need any info on locations, hours, or anything else: https://myv...ote.wi.gov/en-us/

Need some non-partisan info about candidates? The League of Women Voters of Wisconsin has you covered: https://my.lwv.org/wisconsin

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LWV WI's Voter Education Coordinator, Eileen Newcomer, interviews for this report.

Voters will go to the polls Tuesday to cast ballots in a statewide primary for Wisconsin Supreme Court. It pits Sauk County Judge Michael Screnock against
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Spring Primary Election Day! Your vote is your voice. Get out and vote today. Polls are open from 7am-8pm today.

Find your polling place at https://myvote.wi.gov/en-us/FindMyPollingPlace and remember to bring your photo ID.

#WIVotes #BeAWisconsinVoter #myvotemyvoice

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Spring Primary is tomorrow! Make your plan and go vote!

Remember to bring your photo ID and that you can register to vote at your polling place.

You can find information on your polling place, what's on your ballot, what ID to bring to the polls, and check to see if you're already registered to vote at https://myvote.wi.gov/en-us/

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The #CSWBigShare is coming. We're getting ready. And would love to have you participate and help make it really BIG!
https://mailchi.mp/lwvwi/wmwidayofaction-2826633

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Are you ready for the Spring Primary on Feb 20th? Remember to bring your acceptable photo ID to the polls on Election Day.

Visit https://www.bringitwisconsin.com/ for more information.

Need help getting an ID? Call (608)258-2141 for free voter assistance.

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Connecting online is great, however League work is done by volunteers in their communities interacting with people to educate and encourage informed voting and active participation in democracy.
We invite you to join this great work: https://my.lwv.org/wisconsin/join-your-local-league

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In honor of #BlackHistoryMonth, we're highlighting African American women who have made an impact on Wisconsin's history.

Today we honor Gwen Moore. In 1993, Moore became Wisconsin's first female African American state senator and in 2004 became the first African American from Wisconsin to be elected to the U.S. House of Representatives.

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Ingrid Rothe currently serving on the Legislative Committee for the League of Women Voters of Wisconsin offers this analysis on the Special Session bills on welfare reform.

You can still take action: Contact your State Senator and Assembly Representative soon and urge them to reject these bills. Find your reps here: http://legis.wisconsin.gov/

Don’t spend $90 million on new barriers; create a path out of poverty.
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Today, the League of Women Voters marks its 98th anniversary!

Ninety-eight years after the League’s founding, we are proud of the great progress the League has made empowering voters and defending our democracy.

The League in Wisconsin has involved thousands of voters in electing government decision makers for our Wisconsin government and in holding them accountable for their actions.

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Tomorrow is the last day to register to vote at your municipal clerk's office for the Spring Primary on Feb 20th. After tomorrow, you can still register to vote at your polling place on Election Day.

Check to see if you're registered to vote at https://myvote.wi.gov/en-us/RegisterToVote

#WIVotes #BeAWisconsinVoter #myvotemyvoice

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The State Assembly will vote this Thursday in Special Session on ten proposals from Gov. Walker to change Wisconsin’s systems designed to assist people in poverty. The Senate is expected to take them up as early as Tuesday, Feb. 20.

TAKE ACTION: Contact your State Senator and Assembly Representative soon and urge them to reject the Special Session bills on welfare reform.

Learn more here: https://mailchi.mp/…/call-to-action-contact-your-legislator…

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