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LWV Minnetonka, Eden Prairie, Hopkins is entirely run by volunteers. Your tax-deductible donation helps us continue work in our community in Voter Service and Citizen Education. Thank you for supporting LWV MEPH.
Fall Candidate Forums
Wed Sept. 5 MN House 48 A/B
Thurs Sept 6 Eden Prairie Municipal
Wed Sept 12 Eden Prairie School Board
All at 7PM in the EP Council Chambers
New Voter Education program and Voter Registration Drive 5:30-8:30 PM, Tues. Sept 25 at Eden Prairie Library.
May 5: Affordable Housing 2040
LWV MEPH Year in Review: 2017-2018
League of Women Voters of Minnetonka, Eden Prairie, Hopkins is wrapping up another busy and productive year. We have gained members, and are now at 44. Sadly we also lost a member, Margaret Nelson, who served tirelessly on our board as Secretary.
Here is a review of our 2017-2018 year:
Voter Registration, Hopkins High School, April 25
Voter Registration, Eden Prairie High School, April 17
Citizen's Directory for Elected Officials
The 2018 update of Citizen's Directory for Elected Officials (2018_citizen_directory.pdf) is now available. This handy tri-fold brochure provides contacts for our local, state and federal public servants. Let your voice be heard! There is also information on voting.
Take Action with LWV Minnesota
Subscribe to Action Alerts here.
Subscribe to the Capitol Letter here.
Visit LWV Minnesota’s Facebook page.
Join The Voter – Virtual Edition
A Facebook group for LWV members and friends
Subscribe to Action Alerts so you can take action when a bill is in committee or going to the floor. The Capitol Letter keeps you informed about legislative activity. Email, phone, write your legislators, attend Town Hall meetings and speak up. Legislators listen to their constituents.
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