YWCA CAP meetings were originally held on the 2nd Monday of the month at 11:00 AM. We recognize this may not be a good time for everyone, so we ask that in lieu of the November 13th meeting, please complete this brief survey.
This survey will allow you to choose the best meeting dates and times, share events for the Community Advocacy Calendar, and provide updates and resources for the group.
- October 10, 2023 LWV voter registration at the UT Student Union 10:00 AM until 2:00 PM
- October 10, 2023 Monclova Meet the Candidates 7:00 PM until 8:30 PM , Monclova Community Center (8115 Monclova Rd)
- October 11, 2023 LWVO Navigating School Board Roles and Functions Webinar, 7:00-8:00 PM, www.lwvtoledo-lucascounty.org
- October 12, 2023, Maumee City Council Candidate/Issue Forum 7:00 PM until 9:00 PM at the Maumee Indoor Theater
- October 24, 2023 Naturalization Ceremony – Voter Registration/Education 10:15 AM until 12:30 PM.Perrysburg High School (see below)
- October 25, 2023 Election Day Poll Monitor Training –More information and registration
- October 27, 2023 YWCA Lunch & Learn Webinar: Domestic Violence Awareness Month
- October 28, 2023 Conversation with Judge Michelle Wagner 10:00 AM until 12:00 PM at Sanger Branch Library (See flyer below)
- November 3, 2023 Election Day Poll Monitor Training –More information and registration
- November 5, 2023 Weekend of Voting – Souls to the Polls from 1 PM – 5 PM
- November 7, 2023 Ohio General Election
- November 8, 2023 Ohio Fair District Huddle @6:00 PM, view recording here.
- November 14, 2023 Fair Districts Petition Circulation Training @ noon, register here
- November 15, 2023 Naturalization Ceremony – Voter Registration/Education at BGSU (see info below)
- November 21, 2023 Fair Districts Petition Circulation Training @ noon, register here
- November 30, 2023 Fair Districts Petition Circulation Training @ 6 pm, register here
Naturalization Ceremonies are overseen by the Federal Court of the Northern District of Ohio (21 counties) and are held monthly at various locations within the district. Members of LWV-TLC welcome the new citizens, register them to vote, provide a New Citizen’s Guide, an abbreviated list of elected officials, and encourage their active participation in our shared democracy.
We welcome anyone who wishes to help in this effort to contact Linda Mambort, chair of Naturalization Committee
419-345-3416 (c) email@example.com
Voter Registration Resources
Use our voter registration portal to help voters check or complete their registration.
Voter Registration Drive Training Videos
Links to Voter Education Resources
Critical funding for future generations is running out. If WIC funding is not expanded, some families with young children could be placed on waiting lists. And, with pandemic-era funds for childcare centers about to run out, childcare centers across the country could be forced to close, harming millions of children and families.Sign and send a message to your senators and representatives and demand Congress pass a clean CR that adds urgently needed funding for WIC and child care to support young families with low incomes. Learn. more here
Here are some actions we can take to protect our freedom to vote:
- Click here to send a message to your state and federal lawmakers to strengthen our freedom to vote. Follow up with phone calls and office visits, they work for us! We need them to protect our votes.
- Click here to tell your member of Congress to co-sponsor and support the Freedom to Vote Act and the John Lewis Voting Rights Act. Follow up with phone calls and office visits, they work for us! We need them to protect our votes.
- Click here to sign on to a joint letter to the Federal Election Commission to disallow political ads that use audio and video deepfakes.
- Register to vote and invite others to vote. Copy and paste this to share:
- Volunteer to become a poll worker-contact your local office of elections
- Volunteer to be an election protection worker (partisan or nonpartisan)
- Volunteer for candidates that are committed to protecting your freedom to vote and will go on record with actions they will take to ensure that happens
- Share election protection information. Copy and paste this to share:
Call or text 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683) to speak with a trained Election Protection volunteer if you encounter any trouble at the polls.