Making Democracy Work

Brunswick

Date & TimePlaceDescription
Thursday
Sep 26, 2019
6:00 pm
Mill 3 Fort Andross
14 Maine St
Brunswick 04011
Voting Rights: Where Do We Stand

Is the Electoral College obsolete?
Primaries versus Caucuses?
Automatic Voter Registration?

Our panel of State Legislators will answer your questions regarding automated voter registration, the national popular vote, primaries versus caucuses, banning lobbyist contributions to legislators, and more.

The Brunswick Chapter of the League of Women Voters, a non-partisan, grassroots organization that believes that voters should play a critical role in democracy. The League was started in 1920.

The panel will be moderated by the Honorable Brownie Carson of Harpswell and will include:
Representative Dennis Keschl – Belgrade
Representative Jay McCreight – Brunswick & Harpswell
Representative Denise Tepler – Topsham
Representative Ralph Tucker – Brunswick

Reserve your ticket here: https://www.explorefrontier.com/event/voting-rights-where-do-we-stand/

In the News

 

Maine sees full force of midterm 'blue wave' that missed much of nation, panel in Brunswick says
The Times Record, November 10, 2018
LWV Brunswick post-election forum November 8, 2018
Andrew Rudalevige, Thomas Brackett Reed Professor of Government at Bowdoin College, presents at LWV Brunswick midterm election forum November 8, 2018, at Frontier Cafe in Brunswick.
(photo credit: Nathan Strout / The Times Record)

Membership

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Contact

PO Box 18187
Portland, ME 04112
(207) 622-0256
brunswick@lwvme.org

Senior Bryanna Ringrose registering to vote at Morse High School in Bath on National Voter Registration Day 2014