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December 1, 2020 | Noon | Zoom
The following local officials talk about their work and answer questions:
Shawnee County Commissioner Kevin Cook
Shawnee County Commissioner Aaron Mays
Shawnee County Commissioner Bill Riphahn
City Councilman Neil Dobler
City Councilman Spencer Duncan
City Councilman Tony Emerson (maybe)
City Councilwoman Karen Hiller
City Councilman Michael Lesser
City Councilwoman Sylvia Ortiz
City Councilwoman Hannah Naeger
City Councilwoman Christina Valdivia-Alcala
LWV Members, watch your email for the Zoom link. The recorded presentation will also be available on the Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library’s website in mid December.
View a summary or Tuesday Topics November 3, 2020 with Carol Babcock, Co-chair of the Affordable Housing Project JUMP. Zoom presentation and highlights will soon be posted on the Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library’s website.
Vicki Arnett, Chapter President
November is the month for all 182 members to pay annual dues. Please renew your dues and consider adding $19 to commemorate the 100 anniversary of the19th Amendment. Checks should be made out to LWVTSC and sent to Theresa Kiernan, Treasurer, 3620 SW York Way, Topeka, KS 66604. Or you may pay online. Support our great work together.
We appreciate the hard work of our voter services co-chairs, Leslie Prentice and Mary Galligan, all of our community volunteers who registered voters during food distributions, high school classes, wrote post cards, made phone calls and walked door to door to distribute voter information. Although the numbers are not yet certified by the Secretary of State, Shawnee County experienced record turn out in the 2020 general election. We are now preparing for the next election. As my mother used to say, “no rest for the weary and the righteous don’t need any.” This is truly righteous work.
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The League of Women Voters has two separate and distinct roles:
- Voters Services/Citizen Education: We present unbiased nonpartisan information about elections, the voting process, and issues.
- Action/Advocacy: We are also nonpartisan; but after study we use our positions to advocate for or against particular policies in the public interest.
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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 do not support nor oppose any political party or candidate.