October is Membership Renewal Month for LWVGO
Membership renewal is easy. Just click here.
The link will take you to a general information page you need to fill out, then you will be directed to a form you can use to pay your renewal.
To renew your membership:
Fill out your information, then click Submit.
On the payment page, first select your Membership Type:
First-time members can select New Membership and will be charged $47 ($45 plus $2 PayPal processing fee).
Existing members should select Standard Renewal and will be charged $62 ($60 plus $2 PayPal processing fee).
Those wanting to join or renew as two or more members in a household should select Household Renewal and will be charged $99.
Student members are free and should select Student Membership – we ask that you complete the membership process so we capture your information.
- If you’d like to also order a new, permanent name tag, select Standard Renewal + Name Tag or Household + Name Tag, then enter the name to include on the new name tag. You’ll be charged $10 extra and we’ll send you more info about where to pick up the name tag once it’s created.
Click Pay Now. You’ll see a new page with PayPal information at the top. To pay with a card, click Pay with Debit or Credit Card at the bottom of the page.
Enter your credit card information, then click Pay Now.
Please renew as soon as possible, and no later than the end of the day on Oct. 31.
Thank you for renewing your membership. Your membership provides the funds necessary to run our LWV office and programming events. We couldn’t do it without you!
This plan will cover where Nebraska is now in terms of energy resources and how the state could respond to the changing energy industry and technologies.
The survey is open to Oct. 11 and is available through this link:
Deputy registrars work as agents of the Election Commission to register voters throughout the county. In order to become an official deputy registrar, you must complete a training class conducted by the Election Commission. After completion, you will be certified by the Election Commission to conduct voter registration drives anywhere in Nebraska.
In order to be an official deputy registrar, you must meet the following requirements:
- Must be a registered voter in the State of Nebraska (you may register to vote at the deputy registrar training session, if not already registered to vote in Nebraska).
- Must sign up for the deputy registrar training session on or before the business day prior to the training date.
- Must attend a deputy registrar training session conducted by the Election Commission.
The training sessions are 1 hour long, free of charge and are being held:
- 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, September 24, 2019 at Millard Branch Library, 13214 Westwood Ln.
- 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, October 15, 2019 at W. Clarke Swanson Branch, 9101 W Dodge Rd
Sign up for one of the sessions on the Douglas County Election Commission website.
In this episode of Go Vote, Omaha, Geri Simon talks with Renee San Souci, Colette Yellow Robe, and Lin Quenzer of the Nebraska Native Women’s Task Force about NE LB 154 and the issues of missing Native American women and children. NE Bill 154 was approved to study to improve the reporting and investigation of missing Native American women and children.
Calling all new members! (And those who would just like to know more about LWVGO!)
Join us at our next Meet the League:
Thursday, September 26
5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
Combine Room, 2nd floor, AIM building
1905 Harney Street, Omaha, NE 68102
Hosted by the LWVGO Membership Committee
Please join us for Member Orientation, where you’ll meet League leaders and learn more about membership in the League of Women Voters.
Feel free to bring your favorite drink or food to share; this part is purely optional, however! You will have the opportunity to talk to small group leaders and to sign up to participate as much or as little as fits your schedule.
We hope to see you there!
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
One hundred years ago, Nebraska was one of the first states to ratify the 19th Amendment giving women the right to vote in the United States. Beginning August 16th, the Nebraska History Museum invites you to celebrate women’s suffrage with their newest exhibit, Votes For Women: Nebraska’s Suffrage Story. The exhibition will be open on August 16, 2019, through January 2, 2021.
The exhibit will feature artifacts, photographs, and more from Nebraska’s suffrage movement as well as commentary from present-day women in politics and advocacy. Visitors will see unique objects including the Nebraska pen used by Governor Roy McKelvie to sign the bill ratifying the 19th Amendment and an autograph book signed by Nebraska and nationally known suffragists including Susan B. Anthony, Lucy Stone, and Clara Colby. The exhibit also features many original banners, flags, and pennants used in Nebraska suffrage parades.
Celebrate the opening of Votes for Women
Friday, August 16th, 5:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Join us at the Nebraska History Museum, 1500 R Street in Lincoln, to celebrate the opening of Vote for Women: Nebraska’s Suffrage Story. Be one of the first people to see the exhibit and experience Nebraska’s suffrage movement first hand.
Guests will see authentic banners, posters, clothing from this crucial civil rights struggle, learn about the women (and men) who worked for decades to win Nebraska’s battle for the ballot, experience the passion and power of historic re-enactors depicting suffragists Clara Bewick Colby, Susan B. Anthony and Rheta Childe Orr, and much more!
The free event will be Friday, August 16th, from 5:00 pm to 7:30 pm. We look forward to seeing you there!
In a very special Dine & Discuss event, we will be hosting a kickoff to our celebration of the 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment and the League of Women Voters. The event will be at 5:30 p.m. on Monday August 26 at the AIM building, 1905 Harney St., on the 7th floor. (August 26 is also Women’s Equality Day!)
We hope you can join us for a presentation on the 19th Amendment by Judge Laurie Smith Camp, Senior District Judge of the United States District Court, District of Nebraska.
There is no cost to attend and heavy appetizers will be provided.
Dr. Amy Forss, chair of the History Department and Social Science co-representative at Metropolitan Community College in Omaha, will unpack Grace Crandall Richardson’s personal scrapbooks to offer insights into the life of one of Nebraska’s fighting suffragists.
Images and personal memories outline Richardson’s campaign and her role in the 1917-1919 Nebraska Supreme Court case Barkley vs. Pool. Included in the presentation are photographs and artifacts from the History Nebraska collection and excerpts from the unpublished autobiography.