February 2014

School Board Election Guide Now Available
The Voters' Guide for the February 11 Tulsa County Annual School Board Election is now available at or build   your own ballot at Vote411.org.

Click here to download the Guide.   
Pathfinder Moved to Spring; Coming in April 

 Just a reminder that the League's Pathfinder Award Gala, our annual fundraiser, has been moved back to a Spring event.  


Look for your invitation in March as the League-sustaining event is being planned for April this year.

2013 At-A-Glance Being Mailed This Week 


Take a look back at the important work the Tulsa League of Women Voters did in 2013 with our annual report.  


2013 At-A-Glance is being mailed to members and donors this week. It will also be available on our website. Please consider supporting our work in 2014. 

Unit Meetings In 2014 

In January, the Units met to brainstorm and to discuss potential topics for LWVUS to study. 

Please click here to read why the Tulsa League will NOT consider the LWVUS agriculture study this year and for more information about Unit meeting topics for the rest of the year.  

Voting Rights Act Update

On January 16, U.S. Representatives James Sensenbrenner (R-WI), John Conyers (D-MI), Bobby Scott (D-VA), John Lewis (D-GA), and U.S. Senate Judiciary Chairman Patrick Leahy (D-VT) introduced legislation that would repair and restore the Voting Rights Act. 


Click here for more information and what YOU can do to help this along.

Farewell, Mr. Henry.

Beloved philanthropist and long-time Tulsa businessman, Mr. Henry Zarrow passed away this past month. Mr. Zarrow was a long-time supporter of the League's work and he will be greatly missed. 



Black Trade Unionists Banquet

The North East Oklahoma Coalition of Black Trade Unionists will hold their annual banquet February 15 to introduce themselves to the  Tulsa community and salute Black History Month. Click here for more information.


In This Issue
Pathfinder in April
2013 Annual Report
Unit Meetings
Voting Rights Act
Farewell, Mr. Henry!
CBTU Banquet
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