Upcoming League Events
Lunch & Learn
Ethical Leadership-the Importance of Civic Virtue
Director, D. B. Reinhart Institute for Ethics in Leadership
Board President, LeaderEthics-Wisconsin
Executive Director of LeaderEthics-Wisconsin
Rick Kyte will speak about civic virtue and its role in developing the strength of communities and nations. Lee Rasch will provide an overview of LeaderEthics-Wisconsin, a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization committed to promoting ethical leadership among elected officials. LeaderEthics-Wisconsin members believe that ethical leaders are
honest and truthful,
transparent with public information,
unifiers rather than dividers, and
representatives of their entire constituency, rather than just the simple majority that may vote for them.
Lunch at 11:30, Program at 11:45
1835 Rose Street
RSVP to reserve a lunch by February 4(cost $15). You may respond to email@example.com and pay at the door, or you may pay for your lunch through PayPal.
LWV Informal Social
6:00 - 7:00 PM
Fayze's, 4th Street
All LWV members and their guests are invited. Beverages and food will be available for purchase. Just ask the waitstaff.
RSVP by 2/15 with the number attending to
Bring your calendars! Our centennial planning committee will highlight our plans to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the 19th amendment and founding of the League of Women Voters beginning in June.
We will also have information about how you can get involved in the "Vote Yes" campaign for the Fair Maps referendum on April 2.
Special Guest: Carrie Chapman Catt
In March 1919, Wisconsin born Carrie Chapman Catt proposed to transform the National Woman Suffrage Association into the League of Women Voters.
League Book Club
6:30 - 8 pm
Java Vino, 1505 Losey Blvd.
The Senator Next Door: A Memoir from the Heartland
by Amy Klobuchar
" Now, in The Senator Next Door, she (Sen. Amy Klobuchar) chronicles her remarkable heartland journey, from her immigrant grandparents to her middle-class suburban upbringing to her rise in American politics.
Optimistic, plainspoken and often very funny, The Senator Next Door is a story about how the girl next door decided to enter the fray and make a difference."
League News and Calls to Action
February 6 Webinar on Two Important Climate Reports:
Two important climate reports issued late in 2018 underscore the urgent need for decisive climate action. World-renowned climate scientist Professor Michael Oppenheimer will discuss the meaning and implications of these two reports in a webinar sponsored by the LWV of Massachusetts on Wednesday, February 6, 4-5pm EST.
The webinar is free but pre-registration is required. Click here to register. You'll receive a confirmation email from Zoom with webinar details. The webinar will be recorded and available to webinar registrants. The recording will also be posted on the LWVMA website and a link will be available in the LWVUS Toolkit for Climate Action.
Call to Action:
Show Your Support for HR1
The League of Women Voters of the U.S. is working with a broad coalition of over 100 organizations to draft and shape HR1, a policy reform package that will include the following key democracy reform provisions. League is also asking members to contact their Representatives advocating for inclusion of a small donor public financing system as a priority in HR1. TAKE ACTION HERE.