|League Leaders Speaking on|
Voter ID and Charter Change
As we gear up for the November elections, your League leaders have been speaking to groups across the city to inform voters of our opposition to the city charter change proposals on the ballot. We're also educating voters on the requirements of the new Voter ID law.
More than 10 meetings have been scheduled so far including organizations as diverse as the Great Decisions group of the Tulsa City-County Library, the Tulsa Housing Authority, the Jewish Retirement Center and The Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges.
Check the League calendar for the latest schedule of speaking engagements. Contact us if you'd like a speaker at the next meeting of an organization you're affiliated with.
|State Water Study Topic at Units |
In October, all unit meetings will take a survey on the most important water issues facing Oklahoma. You are invited to help shape the study of water issues.
The future of our city and our state depend on having enough clean (pollutant-free) water for all our needs. The League
of Women Voters has a long history of supporting clean water initiatives and has taken positions at the national and state levels. However, it is time to expand and update the state position. Read on.
Please join us in congratulating League Member St
ate Rep. Jeannie McDaniel who is being presented with the 2011 Faith and Freedom Award from the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice.
The ceremony is 4 p.m., Sunday,
Oct. 23 at Temple Israel.
Call for more information:
918- 481-6444 or 918-583-3651