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Date: 1/4/2022
Subject: January 4, 2022 News Update
From: LWV of La Crosse

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January 4, 2022 News Update

January Lunch and Learn...
Monday, January 10, 2022 (different day than usual)
come join us virtually to learn more about our elections
January lunch and learn
Meagan Wolfe is the administrator of the Wisconsin Elections Commission, a six-member bipartisan body (three Democrats and three Republicans) whose members are selected by the legislature and the governor.

Ms. Wolfe will be joined at our Lunch & Learn by La Crosse County Clerk, Ginny Dankmeyer. As the chief election officials for our state and county, they are charged with administering and enforcing our election laws. Ms. Wolfe and Dankmeyer will speak about what we learned from 2020 and how post-election reviews may affect the administration of our 2022 elections.

A "Fireside Chat"...
Tuesday, January 18, 2022
join us virtually as Mayor Mitch Reynolds shares his reflections on 2021
Fireside Chat Jan 2022
Hear Mayor Reynold's perspectives on 2021 and his vision for 2022.
Ask questions and share feedback during this interactive discussion.

Public and members are welcome at this free, virtual event.
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Upcoming Book Club  Events...
the who, what, where, when, and how to attend LWVLA events 
January Book Club
"This is a narrative that describes the urgency that compels me and millions more to push for a different American story than the one being told today. It's a story that is one part danger, one part action, and all true. It's a story about how and why we fight for our democracy and win."                          
This is very timely as Stacey Abrams has announced
 her candidacy for Georgia governor!

Call to Action...
for your advocacy on League positions that affect our lives 
Freedom to Vote Act
If you follow along with the League of Women Voters US, you probably know that they have been protesting for the Freedom to Vote Act for some time now. Along with many other key provisions, this piece of federal legislation would protect against gerrymandering, set national redistricting standards, ensure more transparency in the drawing process, and add judicial remedies so gerrymandered maps can be fixed in the courts.

From LWVUS: "The League is proud to support the Freedom to Vote Act, as it is the most significant voting rights bill in generations. This legislation will provide equal access to voting for all Americans, stop partisan gerrymandering, and limit the influence of dark money so that billionaires can’t buy elections."

Prepare for Election Season...
get registered to vote now and defend democracy
Vote Absentee 1-2022
In Wisconsin, any registered voter can vote absentee - no reason needed. The Spring Primary is February 15 and the Spring Election is April 5. With elections right around the corner, check something off your to-do list by requesting all of your absentee ballots for the year at today!

Empower voters and defend democracy.

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