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September 9, 2014 State of the State
September 11, 2014 Stormwater Presentation: flooding
September 16, 2014 Stormwater Presentation: agriculture chemicals
September 17, 2014 Board meeting at home of Linda Gottlieb
September 18, 2014 Lunch and Discuss with the League
September 20, 2014 Voter Registration on Park, Glencoe

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  • Elections Work: What the League Does Best October 30, 2014
    Tags: Election 2014, early votingWhile the League continues to oppose new restrictions on registration and voting, we also continue to work with registrars and administrators dedicated to making elections about voters and their ability to weigh, and not about which party wins or loses. Protecting and Engaging Voters Protecting Voters Voting Rights Voter ID I […]
    Elisabeth MacNamara
  • The Final Push to Ensure All Voters Can Vote and Have Their Vote Counted October 30, 2014
    Tags: election protection hotline, elections 2014, poll watching, poll observersThree election assistance hotlines: 1-866-OUR-VOTE, 1-888-Ve-Y-Vota and 1-888-API-VOTE – will be available to assist voters who are having difficulties on Election Day. Protecting and Engaging Voters Protecting Voters Voting Rights Improving Elections Election Administration Educ […]
    tobrien

Fact of the Month – September 2014

White men in the United States make: ·      47% more than Hispanic and Latina women ·      40% more than American-Indian and Alaskan Native women ·      36% more than African-American women ·      34% more than Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander women ·      21% more than white women and ·      13% more than Asian women. Women working full time in the United States will lose $431,000 because of the gender gap.

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