Welcome to the League of Women Voters, Grosse Pointe
Serving the Grosse Pointe and Harper Woods communities since 1950
Oct. 27: Mapping Michigan’s Future – Register here
The event will focus on the redistricting plans for the state. We will begin with a presentation from longtime demographer Kurt Metzger, who will describe the population shifts in the state, especially from 2010 to 2020. He will be followed by one of the Michigan Independent Citizens Redistricting commissioners, who will describe how those population changes are reflected in the commission’s proposed district maps.
This event will be very timely: MICRC’s deadline for drawing the maps is Oct 11 and then the commissioners go on the road for public comment. On Oct. 20, they will be at the TCF Center in downtown Detroit for a public hearing.
Did you miss the Oct. 18 program, Secure and Fair Elections?
No worries! View the virtual town all on our LWVGP YouTube Channel.
The program includes:
- Carol Pierce, a senior election specialist with the Security and Standards Section of the Michigan Secretary of State, on the facts underscoring the integrity of mail-in voting and the methods used to keep ballots and votes secure.
- A panel of LWVGP voting experts taking us behind the scenes at the polls.
- LWVGP President Sue Acton with an important presentation from the Michigan League on voting rights, as well as voting bills and initiatives.
Before you vote in the Nov. 2 election:
- Be sure you are registered – check with your local clerk.
- Check Vote411.org for more information.
- Watch recorded candidate forums on the LWVGP YouTube Channel.
- Grosse Pointe City Council
- Grosse Pointe Farms/Shores Judge
- Grosse Pointe Park Mayor
- Grosse Pointe Park Judge
- Grosse Pointe Park Council
- Harper Woods Mayor
- Harper Woods Council
Student Voter Registration
- Register online or in person. Read more
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