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Appleton, WI  54912
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Published On 7/29/2022
Some good news on the local front: The City of Appleton has expanded Steven Schrage’s position to Project and Resiliency Manager. Let’s thank Mayor Woodford, Director Dean Gazza, and Common Council members for this important step in the right direction addressing climate change.
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Published On 7/18/2022
Did you know that any registered Wisconsin voter can Vote by Mail? An absentee ballot is not just for people out of town. It's convenient and guarantees you'll "turn out" to vote.
UPDATE FOR AUGUST 9 PARTISAN PRIMARY ELECTION: Due to new rules, plan to return your absentee ballot by mail or by delivering it in person to your clerk's office — using a drop box is no longer an option. Voters must return their own absentee ballot. Voters with disabilities may ask for accommodations to return their ballot. If you have questions about these changes, contact your municipal clerk.

For full details on absentee voting, click here:
https://lwvappletonfoxcities.org/content.aspx?page_id=22&club_id=264322&module_id=495249
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Published On 3/25/2022
The inclusion of the Equal Rights Amendment in the US Constitution is long overdue. Please contact Senators Tammy Baldwin and Ron Johnson today and tell them to assert that the ERA should be the law of the land!
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Press Release

Published On 7/22/2022
One source of nonpartisan candidate information is the League’s voter guide on VOTE411.org, where voters can read candidates’ answers — if they responded — to the League’s questionnaires. At VOTE 411, voters can compare candidates’ responses, which are posted verbatim, and find the candidates that best fit their values.
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