Be a Voter!

Be a Voter!

 

“Someone struggled for your right to vote. Use it.”  

— Susan B. Anthony

Make your voice heard! The Library is proud to partner with the League of Women of Voters of Bloomington-Monroe County as your go-to place for information on voting and elections. Use the tools you find here to exercise your rights—and fulfill your duties—as a citizen of a democracy.

 


 

Last Chance This Year: Meet Your Indiana Lawmakers

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At the final Legislative Update for 2018, 9:30–11 a.m. at Bloomington City Council Chambers this Saturday, March 3, State legislators representing Monroe County discuss the state of the Indiana General Assembly and answer your questions. The Legislative Update, presented by the League of Women Voters of Bloomington and Monroe County, is free and open to the public. It will be taped by Cable Access Television Services (CATS) and aired throughout the current legislative session.

This Winter: Your State Legislators, Live and In Person

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How often are you on the same guest list as an Indiana legislator?

At the Legislative Updates presented by the League of Women Voters of Bloomington & Monroe County, lawmakers representing our community at the State level are invited to meet with the public to share what's up ahead at the Statehouse. You're invited hear what they have to say, ask them questions, and tell them what's on your mind.

Facts Matter: Vote Smart Midwest Tour

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Beware of false knowledge; it is more dangerous than ignorance.

George Bernard Shaw

Don't miss the opportunity to learn about reliable voter information when Richard Kimball, President of Vote Smart, presents Facts Matter at 7 p.m. on Monday, November 20 at the Main Library, at a partnership program by The League of Women Voters of Bloomington-Monroe County and the Library.

Constitution 101: A Free Course at the Library This Fall

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The United States Constitution, the founding document that serves as our nation’s supreme law, has influenced governments around the world. Understanding the Constitution—its history, its role in shaping American life and politics, and its relevance today—is essential for anyone who wants to be a better-informed voter, leader, or citizen.

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