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Aug

August 2016 Unit Meetings

During the month of August the Breakfast Unit will be discussing local political issues while the Midtown Unit will discuss some of the State Questions that will appear on the November ballot. The North Tulsa Unit does not meet during the summer months and will resume in September.

The Breakfast Unit will meet on Tuesday, August 23 at 7am at the New Atlas Grill in the Doubletree hotel, downtown.

The Midtown Unit will meet on Tuesday, August 16 at the League office- 3336 N. 32nd Street, Suite 4. Bring your own lunch and visit (if you wish) at 11:30am. Discussion will begin at 12pm. Mary Jane Lindaman, state and local LWV Voter Services Chair will lead the discussion. We will focus on several of the state questions.  Specific readings will be sent to regular attendees by early August. If you wish to receive theses items as well please contact the office at 918-747-7933 or info@lwvtulsa.org.

3
Aug

Education Bond Policy Task Force- Consensus Meeting

The League of Women Voters of Metropolitan Tulsa will be holding a Consensus Meeting this August to discuss school bond measures. Below you will find additional details regarding the consensus meeting as well as a summary put together by the members of the Education Bond Policy Task Force.  Please contact the LWVMT office with any questions.

 

Consensus Meeting- School Bond Measures

Saturday, August 20th, 2016 | 10:00 am 

Herman & Kate Kaiser Library | 5202 S. Hudson Ave., Suite B |  Tulsa, OK 74135

A short summary of the Education Bond Policy Task Force’s study may be found here:  School Bond Measure Study- Consensus Meeting

 

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Jul

July 2016 Unit Meetings & Materials

First, a BIG welcome to our new Program Committee Chair, Karen Cardenas! Thank you for taking on this most important role Karen. You will do an excellent job. Also, thank you to our previous Program Committee Chair, Julie Gustafson, for your service to the League and the Program Committee.

During the month of July the Breakfast Unit will be discussing local political issues while the Midtown Unit will discuss some of the State Questions that will appear on the November ballot. The North Tulsa Unit does not meet during the summer months and will resume in September.

The Breakfast Unit will meet on Tuesday, July 26 at 7am at the New Atlas Grill in the Doubletree hotel, downtown.

The Midtown Unit will meet on Tuesday, July 19 at the League office- 3336 N. 32nd Street, Suite 4. Bring your own lunch and visit (if you wish) at 11:30am. Discussion will begin at 12pm. Mary Jane Lindaman, state and local LWV Voter Services Chair will lead the discussion. We will focus on the proposed penny sales tax for education, the proposal to allow liquor sales at grocery stores, and the question related to church and state. Specific readings will be sent to regular attendees by early July. If you wish to receive theses items as well please contact the office at 918-747-7933 or info@lwvtulsa.org.

 

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Jun
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Voters’ Guide: June 28 Primary Elections

Voters’ Guides are now available for the June 28 primary elections.  Guides may be found online at vote411.org.  We must stress that participation in these Voters’ Guides is voluntary. If there is no information for a particular candidate that indicates that they have chosen not to participate.  Any questions may be addressed by contacting the League office at 918-747-7933 or info@lwvtulsa.org.

20
Jun
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Love Tulsa Vote: Candidate Meet & Greet

2016 is a big year for local elections! All candidates running for city, county and state races have been invited to this event. You will have the opportunity to talk one-on-one with those running for office and ask them your most burning questions.

Anyone can attend, but we ask that you RSVP at www.tulsaworld.com/lovetulsavote.

Candidates who would like to have a table, please RSVP with the League of Women Voters via phone – (918) 747-7933 – or email – info@lwvtulsa.org.

Co-hosted by Tulsa World, Smart Growth Tulsa, League of Women Voters of Tulsa, Coalition of Historic Neighborhoods, and Preserve Midtown.