I believe in service to both the small and large community.
And so I am a member of the LWV.
I believe in personal responsibility for our environment, our schools, our families, and our cities.
And so I’m a member of the LWV.
I believe in seeking the truth, even when the answer is not popular, or even believed.
And so I am a member of the LWV.
Most of all, I believe in myself. I value my opinion. I value my vote.
And so, especially for this reason, I am a member of the LWV.
Quote from 1991 LWV of Oklahoma newsletter, in-coming state chair Kathy Hinkle
Call the League office to join today!
LWVMT Unit Meetings
The “Heart of the LWV”, Unit Meetings are open to all members / potential members to discuss issues, offer recommendations for full study, and investigate areas of advocacy. The 2017-2018 Unit Meetings will consider topics: Public Trusts and Barriers to Democracy.
August 15: The Midtown Unit Meeting will convene to meet with representatives of the Tulsa County Election Board. The goal is to learn more about our local election process. We will welcome Elaine Dodd, Chairman of the Tulsa County Election Board. Location: YWCA, 1910 S. Lewis Avenue. Time: Noon – 1pm. (arrive early with your brown bag lunch to network!)
August 22: The Downtown Unit Meeting will convene to begin an inquiry into Public Trusts – the doctrines that hold the public assets and public welfare at heart. Location: Atlas Grill, 415 S. Boston Avenue. Time: 7:00 am.
August 28: The Northend Unit. TBD.
New or renewal memberships are good through June 30, 2018.
Our members make a visible difference by serving as community leaders using their experience to create positive, lasting change in our communities. Become a member. Serve as a leader in your community. Work to shape the important issues that keep our communities strong.
Membership is open to men and women 18 years or older. Membership in the League of Women Voters Metropolitan Tulsa includes membership in the League of Women Voters of the United States and the Oklahoma League. Dues are tax deductible.
- $60 a year for a single membership
- $90 a year for two members in the same household
- $25 for a student membership
Voters will go to the polls Tuesday for the May 9 House District 75 Special Primary Election, Tulsa County Election Board Secretary Gwen Freeman said today. Please keep the following information and tips in mind as the election approaches.
Early voting will be available at the County Election Board office from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday, May 4 and Friday, May 5. Early voting is also available from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, May 6.
Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 9. Lines are possible at peak voting times. Wait times will likely be shortest at mid-morning and mid-afternoon. Anyone in line to vote at 7 p.m. will be allowed to cast a ballot.
Anyone who needs to look up their polling place, verify their registration information, or view a sample ballot can do so online. The Online Voter Tool can be accessed on the Oklahoma State Election Board’s website: www.elections.ok.gov. Those who vote by mail can also check the status of their ballot using the Online Voter Tool. Sample ballots are also available at the County Election Board office.
Remember – Vote411 is an invaluable resource in learning about candidates on the ballot. Visit Vote411.org for information about the candidates.
Thank you all for your outstanding nominations. After much deliberation, we are very excited to congratulate these ten remarkable women who COULD be president. The 2017 honorees will be recognized on May 9th at Madam President | A Night to Honor Tulsa Women Who Could be President.
Get your tickets to join us in celebrating Tulsa women: www.lwvmadampresident.org