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Meet Councilor Vanessa Hall Harper


LWVMT – North Tulsa Unit invites you to a reception to welcome
Councilor Vanessa Hall Harper / District 1

Monday, February 27, 2017
Noon – 1:00 pm
Rudisill Regional Library
1520 N. Hartford Avenue


Save the Date

SAVE THE DATE The League of Women Voters of Metropolitan Tulsa will hold a consensus meeting on the restudy of Oklahoma’s Fiscal Policy on Saturday, January 21, at Rudisill Library, 1520 N. Hartford.  The meeting will take place in the Ancestral Hall, from 10:00 a.m. until 12:00 noon.  Please reread the study materials before the meeting and look at the consensus questions. 


November 2016 Unit Meetings

Unit meetings are a great way to get involved with the League. Please view the options below and contact the Unit Leader should you have any questions or if you would like to join a Unit!

Breakfast Unit: Tuesday, November 22nd at 7am | New Atlas Grill in the Courtyard, downtown: 415 S. Boston Ave. 74103.

The Breakfast Unit will be studying Oklahoma’s fiscal policy with a focus on Oklahoma state spending and the budget process. Study materials may be found here. Contact Kathleen Kastelic with questions or to join this unit.

Midtown Unit: Tuesday, November 15th at 11:30am | LWVMT Office: 3336 E. 32nd Street, Suite 4 74135

The Midtown Unit will be continuing our study of Oklahoma’s fiscal policy, focusing on expenditures.  Study materials can be found here.  Contact Karen Cardenas with questions or to join this unit.

North Tulsa Unit: In lieu of a regular meeting the North Tulsa Unit will be attending the Symposium for Social Justice. Contact Emily Patterson Harris for further details or to join this unit.


LWVMT Committees

Joining a committee is a great way to get involved with the League of Women Voters of Metropolitan Tulsa.  If you wish to share your time and talents with the League please peruse the list of committees below and contact the appropriate Chairperson to join their committee. We would love to have you!

PURPOSE- Committees provide oversight of League programs, policies, financial matters and fundraising efforts in order to ensure fulfillment of the responsibilities of the Board of Directors. Board members are expected to serve on at least one of the following committees.

Voter Services

  • Voters’ Guides
  • Directory of Government Officials
  • Candidate Forums
  • Members: Voter Services Chair, Board members, League members, staff as needed
  • Voter Services Chair: Mary Jane Lindaman


  • Annual Meeting
  • Membership Directory
  • Membership renewal and recruitment
  • Members: Membership Chair, Board members, League members, staff as needed
  • Membership Chair: Patti Mullen

Fundraising Efforts & Events

  • Madam President
  • Nominating Committee
  • Event Planning and Fundraising
  • Members: Madam President Chair, Madam President Co-Chair, Treasurer, Board members, League members, Staff
  • Madam President Chair: Email if you are interested in joining this committee              Madam President Co-Chair: —-


  • Voter Newsletter
  • Press Releases
  • Website and Social Media (Facebook, Twitter)
  • Members: Communications Chair, Board members, League members, staff
  • Communications Chair: Charity Marcus


  • Local, State and National Studies
  • Action
  • Members: Program Chair,Unit Leaders, Study Leaders, Action Chair, Board members, League members, staff as needed
  • Program Chair: Karen Cardenas

Budget & Finance

  • Budget oversight and proposals
  • Fundraising- Grants, Madam President, Scholarship Fund
  • Members: Treasurer, Board members, League members, Staff
  • Treasurer: Michael Stephens

Voters’ Guides are here!

The 2016 General Election is just a couple weeks away. Get informed and make an educated vote! Both the Oklahoma and Tulsa Leagues of Women Voters have created Voters’ Guides to help voters do just that!

The OK Voters’ Guide is an excellent resource to answer all your questions about the 7 State Questions that will appear on the November 8th ballot.

The Tulsa Voters’ Guide features profiles of local candidates as well as an insert detailing the League’s positions on each State Question.

Both guides may be found at your local library or at the League office. They may also be found online- OK Voters’ Guide | Tulsa Voters’ Guide

Additionally, we have produced a document stating the League’s positions on each state question. That document may be found here:  league-of-women-voters-of-oklahoma-positions-on-2016-state-questons-final-v-3