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    • 12 May 2021
    • 10:00 AM (UTC-06:00)
    • Zoom

    Join the LWV St. Paul Morning Book Club for discussion about Twilight of Democracy: The Seductive Lure of Authoritarianism by Anne Applebaum. All are invited even if you haven't read the book. Please e-mail Mary (mgp33@msn.com) for the Zoom link. 

    • 17 May 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (UTC-06:00)
    • Via Zoom


    Our 101st Annual Meeting is coming up on the evening of Monday, May 17. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we will be holding the Annual Meeting by remote access through Zoom meetings.

    Topic: LWVSP Annual Board and Membership Meeting
    Time: May 17, 2021 06:00 PM Central Time

    Though we're not able to meet in person, there will be social time before we start the meeting business at 6:30pm.

    In order to plan for attendance at the meeting, members are asked to let us know if you will be attending by using the registration link.  If you are a member and need access information, please contact LWVSP Co-President Amy Perna (pernalwvstp@gmail.com).

    • 07 Jun 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM (UTC-06:00)
    • Zoom

    For Evening Book Club, we will be discussing Turnout: Making Minnesota the State that Votes by Joan Anderson Growe with Lori Sturdevant. We will meet at 6:15 on Monday, November 2 via Zoom. If you are interested, please feel free to join us even if you haven't read the book. Please contact Heidi Kloempken (heidi.kloempken@gmail.com) if you would like the Zoom information for the meeting. 

    About: In inspiring and often funny prose, Growe recounts the events that framed her life and changed the state’s voting practices. She grew up in a household that never missed an election. After an astounding grassroots feminist campaign, she was elected to the state legislature in 1972; two years later, she was elected secretary of state, the state’s chief elections administrator. As one of the nation’s leading advocates for reliable elections and convenient voting, Growe worked with county officials to secure Election Day registration (used for the first time in 1974) as a Minnesota norm. She brought new technology into elections administration and promoted motor voter registration. And as an ardent feminist, she has encouraged and inspired scores of other women to run for office.

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