“Now more than ever, our community is calling for men, women, and young professionals to step up and get involved,” said LWVMT President Lynn Staggs. “This year’s honorees are diverse in their ages, careers, and backgrounds but they share a common passion and determination. We’re proud to honor these deserving change-makers.”
The US House passed the For the People Act on March 3 and it now goes to the Senate. The League of Women Voters of Metropolitan Tulsa calls upon our senators to support this transformative bill. By voting in favor of the For the People Act, Senator Inhofe and Senator Lankford show their support of a strengthened democracy that works …
“If nothing else, the pandemic has shown us the importance of who our elected officials are, the critical decisions they make, and the impact of those decisions on our lives,” said Lynn Staggs, president, League of Women Voters of Metropolitan Tulsa. “Vote411.org gives voters the information they need before heading to the polling booth.”
Tomorrow, Tues., Feb. 9, is an election day with several races on the ballot, but I want to focus on the board of education primaries.
Nominations can be made online at lwvtulsa.org/madam-president until February 26. A $50 filing fee for nominations supports the League of Women Voters of Metropolitan Tulsa. A range of sponsorships for the Madam President event are also available at the same website.