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The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization that encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy.
April 2, 2019 Spring Election
The League of Women Voters of the Whitewater Area held two Candidate Forums on Saturday, March 9, in the Whitewater City Hall Council Chambers in advance of the April 2 Spring Election.
Replays are available online for the Whitewater Common Council Forum and the Whitewater School Board Forum.
In addition to the forums, the LWV - Whitewater Area Board developed a Candidate Questionnaire that we invited all candidates to complete. Responses were posted at the same time on the League's website, on Monday, March 11. If a Candidate elected not to participate in the Questionnaire, the words "No response received" will be placed next to their name.
Common Council Candidates
AD 1: Carol McCormick
AD 3: Christopher Grady & Brienne Diebolt-Brown
AD 5: McKinley Palmer - No response
Councilmember at Large: Patrick Singer
Whitewater School Board Candidate Forum (2 seats are open for election on the School Board)
Amy Hagen Curtis
Renew Your Membership!
It's that time again to renew your membership! WHY???
Because democracy is not a spectator sport and our League is doing great things!
- We provide quality public programs throughout the year on engaging local, state and national issues. Programs are broadcast on Community TV.
- We provide informative local Candidate Forums.
- We provide Voter Registration Assistance on the UW-Whitewater Campus, at Whitewater High School and at the Whitewater City Market as well as voter assistance training in support of the above efforts.
- Our excellent newsletter, website and social media postings are current and informative.
- And you will continue to receive local and state League publications and action alerts to increase your understanding of public policy issues.
Help us continue in these non-partisan efforts of EMPOWERING VOTERS and DEFENDING DEMOCRACY.
RENEW your membership TODAY.
THANK YOU for your SUPPORT.