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September 17 at 3:00 PM - WI Assembly District 90 Candidates Forum - On Line Event

Kristina Shelton, Democrat and Drew Kirsteatter, Republican

Speakers at the Bell Ringing even

Ring the Bells for Women’s Suffrage: 19th Amendment Event

 Many thanks to Jessica Quintana, Mercy Metoxen, Lindsey Dorff, Amanda Chu, and Melissa Decker Cheslock, and .  Each women spoke so eloquently.


19th Amendment Centennial Event

Thank you, Nancy Wakefield for the beautiful Centenial quilt.

Bell Ringing Event

Ring the Bells for Women’s Suffrage: 19th Amendment

On Wednesday, August 26 at noon, the 19th Amendment Centennial Committee, the League of Women Voters of Greater Green Bay, the Brown County Historical Society and the Neville Museum will commemorated the August 1920 ringing of bells acknowledging the passage of the 19th Amendment. 

Greater Green Bay

Making Democracy Work

The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging the informed and active participation of citizens in government. It influences public policy through education and advocacy. We never support or oppose any political party or candidate.




View video of the Wisconsin Senate District Forum 30 here:

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 View video of the Wisconsin Assembly District 90 here:



Post-Election Story Collection: Since we did not send Election Observers into polling places across the state in August due to the pandemic, we are offering a Voter Experience survey for all voters. Please encourage your members and their friends and families to complete the survey. As we did in April, we will compile the results and make recommendations to the Wisconsin Election Commission to ensure an accessible, safe and fair November election. English Version Spanish Version

Event Open to All, sponsored by LWV - Beloit


Saturday, September 19 at 9:30 a.m.  
“Exchanging the Baton of Political Leadership from Him to Her”  
Speaker: Thelma A. Sias, Retired Executive
An inspiring message will be delivered from one of Milwaukee’s most
powerful women who embraces leadership and commitment to serve her
community. Thelma will motivate us to get actively involved in making sure
everyone’s right to vote is ensured, as well as actively encouraging all
people to make sure their voice is heard. Following her presentation, a
panel of local organization leaders from the League of Women Voters,
NAACP, and others will share their plans for voter education and ask for
your involvement in this work.  Register:
Both Webinars are free and open to the public. Make reservations for one or both on
LWV-Beloit’s Facebook Page-- or by going to the event direct link above.
**These programs are possible thanks to generous grants from the Women’s Fund,
Stateline Community Foundation, and the League of Women Voters. Organizations on
the local Centennial planning committee include - League of Women Voters:  LWV of
Beloit, LWV of Janesville, Beloit Historical Society, American Association of University
Women- Janesville Branch.
Event Date: 
Sep 9 2020 - 9:30pm
Event location: 

GoToMeeting Virtual meeting


La Liga de Mujeres Votantes invita a todos los votantes a que aprendan mas sobre sus opciones para votar por medio del correo y la votación por adelantado.  

hands around LWV - DEI (Diversity, Equity, Inclusion) Policy

We, as an organization, acknowledge

our own difficult history with racism

while we embrace our future,

2020 Census

The U.S. Census is required under the U.S. Constitution to occur every 10 years and is the process of counting every resident in the country.

Board meeting
Event Date: 
Sep 14 2020 - 5:30pm
Event location: 

Virtual Meeting

LWVGGB BOARD MEETING. The LWVGGB meets every second Monday except during the summer month. If you would like to speak to the board please CONTACT US from this website and request to be added to the agenda.