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Upcoming Debates and Forums

  • Tue, Mar. 31 - 6:30 pm

    All candidates in contested races for Freeport City Council alderperson, District No. 145, school board member and Highland College trustee are invited to participate in the forum.

  • Thu, Apr. 2 - 6:30 pm

    “The Informed Voter” is an educational forum that will focus on the ballot issue on sexual orientation and gender identity. Dan Wichmer, city attorney for the City of Springfield, will explain the ballot language, what will happen if the issue is approved and what will happen if it is repealed. The second part of the forum, “Compare and Contrast,” will feature Mayor Shelley Welsch of University City who will share how a similar ordinance is working there. University City is a first ring suburb of the City of St. Louis. The program is designed to provide answers to basic voter questions. It is co-sponsored by the MSU Center for Civic Engagement.

  • Thu, Apr. 2 - 7:00 pm

    Both candidates for April 7the election for Mayor of the City of Stillwater, Charles Hopkins and Gina Noble, will speak and take questions at this forum.

  • Tue, Apr. 7 - 7:00 pm

    Presenter: Sue Smith, President, LWV of Michigan

    Program Description:
    The League of Women Voters will provide information on the ballot proposal to amend the Michigan Constitution and on new laws that will be triggered if the amendment is approved by the voters. The presentation includes information on how state revenue would be increased and how it would be spent. Pros and cons of passing the legislation will also be discussed.

  • Wed, Apr. 8 - 7:00 pm

    Presenter: Sue Smith, President, LWV of Michigan

    Program Description:
    The League of Women Voters will provide information on the ballot proposal to amend the Michigan Constitution and on new laws that will be triggered if the amendment is approved by the voters. The presentation includes information on how state revenue would be increased and how it would be spent. Pros and cons of passing the legislation will also be discussed.

  • Sat, Apr. 25 - 6:00 pm

    Speakers: Chippewa County Road Commission, MI Rep. Chatfield, MI Senator Schmidt, Lake Superior State University, and League of Women Voters of Michigan.


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