The 2020 U.S. Census: Why Does It Matter? 7:00 pm
MONEY IN POLITICS: The impact of unchecked campaign financing and what we can do about it 7:00 pm
MONEY IN POLITICS: The impact of unchecked campaign financing and what we can do about it @ Olin Hall, Room 124, University of Akron
Apr 10 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
MODERATOR: Bruce Winges, V.P. and Editor, Akron Beacon Journal PANELISTS: Cyndra Miller Cole, Lecturer, Bliss Institute for Public Policy, U. of Akron William D. Rich, Emeritus Professor, University[...]
Cleveland Community Police Commission Meeting 6:00 pm
Shaker Hts City Council/School Board/Library Board Forum 7:00 pm
Shaker Hts City Council/School Board/Library Board Forum @ Stephanie Tubbs Jones Community Building
Apr 30 @ 7:00 pm
Representatives from Shaker Heights City Council, School Board and Library answer questions, offer comments and dialogue on their plans and vision for Shaker’s future.[...]
Coming up next…
Discussions on how can the Cleveland Community Police Commission empower Cleveland residents? How will the federal consent decree affect your life?
Frank LaRose took office as Ohio’s 54th Secretary of State on January 14th, 2019. Prior to being elected to statewide office, he served two terms in the State Senate representing the 27th Senate District in northeast Ohio.
As Ohio’s Secretary of State, LaRose is doing his part to deliver a thriving democracy and a prosperous economy. In his role as Ohio’s chief elections officer, he’s working to ensure Ohio’s elections are both secure and accessible. He also supporting Ohio entrepreneurs as the sole authority to receive and approve articles of incorporation for Ohio businesses.
In the legislature, LaRose spearheaded efforts to increase government transparency and efficiency, particularly in the areas of elections administration and regulatory reform.
*Tickets required: $22 for City Club Members; $37 for Nonmembers. Available at: https://www.cityclub.org/forums/2019/04/26/remarks-from-frank-larose Use code LOWV19 to receive 20% off the ticket price.
Shaker Heights Chapter meetings are open to all LWV Greater Cleveland members!
Representatives from Shaker Heights City Council, School Board and Library answer questions, offer comments and dialogue on their plans and vision for Shaker’s future.
A moderated discussion with brief comments by David Weiss, Mayor, City of Shaker Heights.
Forum moderated by Judge K.J. Montgomery
Lakewood Chapter Meetings
First Saturday of each month, 10-11:30 AM: Feb. 2, Mar. 2, Apr. 6, May 4, Jun. 1, Jul. 6, Aug. 3, Sep. 7, Oct. 5, Nov. 2, and Dec. 7
Lakewood Family Health Center, Third Floor, Conference Room C
14601 Detroit Ave, Lakewood Ohio 44107
Deborah Coleman, Esq., Chair, Judicial Candidates Rating Coalition
The Honorable C. Ellen Connally, Cleveland Municipal Court (retired)
Judge J.J. Costello, Cleveland Heights Municipal Court
Judge Robert C. McClelland, Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas
Moderated by Marcia Goldberg, LWV-Greater Cleveland
Did you know that far too many Ohio voters skip the judicial portion of their ballot? Some call it ballot fatigue, or the SAT effect—but the reality is that most voters don’t know who or what they’re voting for. Our panelists will explain the structure of the Ohio judicial system and the role local judges play in our everyday lives. And they’ll give you the tools you need to research judicial candidates so you can make informed choices on Election Day. Please join us on Tuesday, May 7 – and bring a friend!
Details coming soon