Thursday, October 30, 2008
Michigan 2-1-1 has partnered with the Michigan Nonprofit Association, of which LWVMI is a member, to provide information about free and low-cost rides to voting sites. We at Michigan Participation Project surveyed transportation authorities and nonprofits throughout the state to identify free rides for voters. There are available in some areas, but not all. In areas where free rides aren't offered, the 2-1-1 operators can direct folks to other low-cost transportation through their normal protocol.
It's easy - if you are serviced by a regional 2-1-1 call center, that's all folks need to dial. (You can pick up the phone and check yourself, or take a look at the attached coverage map.) If you don't have local 2-1-1 service you can call the statewide toll-free number for assistance: 1-800-552-1183.
Help us spread the word - make sure voters know about all the resources available to get them to the polls. The last thing we want to hear on November 5 is, "I wanted to vote, but I couldn't find a ride."
The Michigan Participation Project (MPP) is a nonpartisan, nonprofit initiative dedicated to expanding the role of Michigan's 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations in voting and elections. We provide training, materials and other resources designed to help nonprofits integrate voter registration, voter education and voter mobilization work into their ongoing activities. Visit www.michparticipationproject.org today!
Wednesday, October 29, 2008
Sunday, October 26, 2008
WDHT is airing the forum at & daily on your local channel. Candidates Andy Dillon and Sandra Eggers answered questions prepared by the audience and LWVDDH members.
If you would like to present the forum to your group, request a DVD by email : email@example.com.
Website viewing available soon...stay tuned.
Wednesday, October 15, 2008
LWVMI published a 28 page Voter Guide!
Go to http://lwvmi.org/voterguide-2008.htm for access to the 2 part voter guide online, and other helpful pages, such as 'How to Choose a Judge'
This Non-partisan Voter Guide includes Congressional District Maps,Voter Information, Ballot Proposals and
Candidate Responses for the following:
State Board of Education
University of Michigan
Michigan State University
Wayne State University
State Supreme Court
Court of Appeals
Monday, October 13, 2008
Candidates Andy Dillon and Sandra Eggers
at the Dearborn Heights City Council Chambers.
Mona Hammoud, President of LWVDDH
with some of the Voter Service Committee:
Judy Carty, Betsy Cushman, and Judy Patrick.
Jenni Dunn, Chris Sullivan, Mona Hammoud
Wednesday, October 8, 2008
Monday, October 6, 2008
- You must be registered to vote in Michigan
- You will be entitled to compensation
- You must be at least 18 years of age
- Political affiliation required
- You must be a resident of the county
- You must complete required training
- Students16 years or older who meet all other voter requirements may be appointed
To sign up, contact your local board of elections.
Email Form: http://www.waynecounty.com/contact.asp?dept=Clerk
Friday, October 3, 2008
Wednesday October 8, 2008 at 7:00 pm
at the Bint Jebail Cultural Center
6220 Miller Rd in Dearborn
For more information, please email RSVP@aapac.org.
19th District - Judicial Candidates: http://www.cityofdearborn.org/departments/publicinfo/WMVS/lwvj08.wmv
- Candyce Ewing Abbatt
- Mark W. Somers
- Aimee Blackburn
- John C. Corbin
- Sharon Lee Dulmage
- Mary Lane
- Tameria A. Metiva