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September, 2021

Wednesday
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These weekly field meetings are a space for League members to discuss key voting rights legislation of the For the People Act and the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act. This will be a space for Leagues to share their advocacy plans, discuss challenges and successes, and for LWVUS to learn how we can continue to support.
Tuesday
7
10:00 AM
Wednesday
8
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These weekly field meetings are a space for League members to discuss key voting rights legislation of the For the People Act and the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act. This will be a space for Leagues to share their advocacy plans, discuss challenges and successes, and for LWVUS to learn how we can continue to support.
Wednesday
8
6:00 PM
Saturday
11
Zoom
9:30 AM
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All members are welcome to attend the board meeting. Contact Secretary Susan Peters for the agenda and committee reports.
Monday
13
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A review of LWVUS Positions - Introduction and Representative Government
Tuesday
14
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Gabriella Cazares-Kelly, Pima County Recorder, will speak to us on the new Arizona laws concerning elections.
Wednesday
15
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LWVUS‘s federal and state legislative and litigation priorities from the 2021 – 2022 fiscal year.
Wednesday
15
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by Yuval Noah Harai, 2015 ... 24 copies in Pima County libraries. 443 pages.
Zoom link to be provided ...
Wednesday
15
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These weekly field meetings are a space for League members to discuss key voting rights legislation of the For the People Act and the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act. This will be a space for Leagues to share their advocacy plans, discuss challenges and successes, and for LWVUS to learn how we can continue to support.
Friday
17
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Sponsored by LWV of Santa Fe County, New Mexico. A talk by Stanford Law Professor Elizabeth Reese, Yunpoví (Tewa: Willow Flower), Assistant Professor of Law, Stanford Law School. She is a scholar of American Indian tribal law, federal Indian law, and constitutional law focusing on the intersection of identity, race, citizenship, and government structure. Her scholarship examines the way government structures, citizen identity, and the history that is taught in schools, can impact the rights and powers of oppressed racial minorities within American law.

Reese began her legal career as a civil rights litigator at the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund where she led a desegregation case in one of the largest school districts in Florida and worked on the challenge to Alabama’s Voter ID law.

A graduate of Harvard Law School (JD), Cambridge University (M.Phil.), and Yale University (BA), she is tribally enrolled at Nambé Pueblo.
Saturday
18
A Digital Voter Education Webinar - Free and Open to the Public
10:00 AM
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Kicking off the 2021/2022 season of the LWVGT Voter Education Programs is a topic that is often confusing and misunderstood: medical aid in dying (MAID), sometimes called death with dignity.

We will explore the history of the grassroots right-to-die movement in Arizona, the specifics of the law, how the law was recently passed in New Mexico and the voice of the opposition. Join us for this thought-provoking program.

Panelists as of 8/9/21:
Margot Champagne - Retired Phoenix attorney and author of the LWVAZ White Paper on End of Life Choices (2013),
Val Lovelace: Death with Dignity Statewide Campaigns Director, and
Representative Deborah Armstrong: Sponsor of the New Mexico bill that made MAID legal in New Mexico June 2021,
Monsignor Jeremiah McCarthy speaking on behalf of the Catholic Diocese of Tucson.






This will be a Zoom webinar and it will also be live-streamed at facebook.com/lwvgtucson.
Monday
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Tuesday
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Tuesday
21
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Zoom review and rehearsal for Moderators, Q & A people and Timers participating in the September 25 and October candidate forums for Tucson City Council
Wednesday
22
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Enhance Zoom meeting skills.
Wednesday
22
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These weekly field meetings are a space for League members to discuss key voting rights legislation of the For the People Act and the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act. This will be a space for Leagues to share their advocacy plans, discuss challenges and successes, and for LWVUS to learn how we can continue to support.
Wednesday
22
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The discussion over the results of the 2020 election, which experts have nearly universally described as fair, professional and accurate, have still been plagued by a continuous campaign of misinformation and disinformation that has resulted in a partisan audit that has gone on for months on end, with no end in sight. Join the League of Women Voters on Wednesday, September 22nd at 5:00 PM for a webinar titled "The Arizona Experience –Building Confidence in Tomorrow’s Elections.” Featuring Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer, who has been forthright and direct in providing facts to confront fiction, he will be joined by Recorders from Pima County and Yavapai County as well as election officials from outside of Arizona to discuss not only the challenges we have seen, but how we can make improvements that build confidence and trust in our democratic process for 2022 and beyond. This will be an exciting evening as Arizona and America looks forward to a time when our elections are trusted and our debates are about real issues that impact our future.
Thursday
23
For the foreseeable future, Observer Corps meetings will be held on Zoom.
7:00 PM
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This is the monthly meeting for all Observer Corps members and those interested in joining. We will discuss procedures for observing government meetings, how to write and post reports for the league, and any issues or problems you‘ve had over the last month.
Friday
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Saturday
25
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Residents in the City of Tucson will elect two new city council members in the November 2, 2021 election. Prior to each election our League sponsors Candidate Forums for each candidate for the elected office to present their views.
Candidates are Kevin Dahl, Alan Harwell and Lucy LiBosha.

Ward 3 Candidate Forum
Saturday, September 25, 2021
2:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Please click this link to join the webinar:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86870565902?pwd=ZnoyYnF0a1dpMHZJZVJyUWRTMTk5dz09
Passcode: 789299

You can also watch the live stream at https://www.facebook.com/lwvgreatertucson.
Monday
27
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A review of LWVUS positions - International Relations
Wednesday
29
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These weekly field meetings are a space for League members to discuss key voting rights legislation of the For the People Act and the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act. This will be a space for Leagues to share their advocacy plans, discuss challenges and successes, and for LWVUS to learn how we can continue to support.
League of Women Voters of Greater Tucson

Address: 
800 N. Swan, Suite 126
Tucson, AZ 85711 

Phone: 
520-327-7652

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