Redistricting

Redistricting

Support redistricting processes and enforceable standards that promote fair and effective representation at all levels of government with maximum opportunity for public participation.

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Event Date: 
Oct 1 2020 - 7:00pm
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Virtual Event

On October 1 at 7 p.m., join the League of Women Voters of Wisconsin in a statewide forum on "A Bipartisan Case to End Gerrymandering: Every Vote Must Count." The forum will also include former Senators Tim Cullen (D-Janesville) and Dale Schultz (

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Two courts recently ruled that the ballot language proposed by legislators in SJR38 was intended to mislead voters.

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Action Alerts

April 1, 2020, marks the kickoff of the 2020 Census.

League of Women Voters
Event Date: 
Feb 28 2019 - 6:00pm
Event location: 

Barcelona Wine Bar / Vinoteca Tasting Room

Please join us for a conversation about the future of voting and elections in our state. This is a great opportunity to learn about Election Protection, Redistricting Reform, and the Democracy Act Bill set to drop in February.

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Action Alerts

Get involved! There are many ways to have your voice heard by elected officials and policy makers. Choose what's important to you and take action today. Democracy is not a spectator sport.

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Although the Census Bureau updated their schedule August 3 to say the count will now be ending September 30 instead of October 31, Census takers will be in Rhode Island (Providence area) starting August 6.

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Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Census Bureau has adjusted it's timeline for Census data collection, moving everything back by about four months. Connecticut is doing better than the national average with self-response, but there are notable gaps between our cities.

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LWVCT is proud to be part of the People Powered Fair Maps Campaign. The goal is to create fair and transparent, people-powered redistricting processes to eliminate partisan and racial gerrymandering in states nationwide.

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