North Shore Presbyterian Church
4048 N. Bartlett St.
Grassroots North Shore — in conjunction with Citizen Action Milwaukee Organizing Cooperative, the Fair Elections Project, and OFA of WI — is advocating that “we the people” should have a say in how our voting maps are drawn. We want a transparent, nonpartisan process for determining voting districts. Come learn how you can help make it happen.
Free and open to the public. Doors open at 4:10.
● Sachin Chheda, director of the Fair Elections Project
● Dan Theno, former Republican state senator
● Anna Dvorak, lead organizer for the Citizen Action Milwaukee Organizing Cooperative
For more information and to RSVP: www.grassrootsnorthshore.com/2017_07_16_fair_elections
What do you know about the process where your districts are determined? Why is this the most important political issue facing citizens. How can the system be made fair? What can you do? This is the Town Hall Forum you must attend and where you must send your friends, neighbors and relatives.
Join our friends at Citizen Action of Wisconsin for a discussion on gerrymandering and partisan redistricting. The event will include a panel discussion with Wisconsin leaders like Dan Theno, Pat Snyder, and Katie Rosenberg.
If you have any questions, contact Joel Lewis at firstname.lastname@example.org, or at (715) 551-2525.
You can also RSVP at the Citizen Action of Wisconsin event page: http://www.citizenactionwi.org/fair_maps_wausau_town_hall
Saint Matthew C.M.E. Church
2944 North 9th, Street (parking in rear lot)
Milwaukee, WI. 53206
James Hall, Attorney at Law
Frederick Kessler, Representative, Wisconsin State Legislature
Robert Smith, Associate Professor, UW-Milwaukee
William Whitford, Law Professor Emeritus, UW-Madison
Chair & Moderator: Hon. Russell Stamper, Sr.
The Cultural Arts Center (CAC)
at St. John’s on the Lake
1840 N. Prospect Ave.
Sachin Chheda will discuss the fight to end political gerrymandering. This includes examining the insidious practice of drawing map lines to negate the effects of elections and the legal history of partisan gerrymandering. We will also help participants take action to attack map-rigging in Wisconsin and across the country, and discuss our work to support litigation, legislation, and citizen activism to make elections meaningful.
Join Jewish Museum Milwaukee as WUWM’s Joy Powers moderates a three Wisconsinites panel about their roles and perspectives regarding the 2011 redrawing of Wisconsin Assembly Districts boundaries and subsequent lawsuit.
Representative Fred Kessler of the Wisconsin State Assembly 12 District and redistricting consultant will explain the demographics, measurements and processes associated with redistricting.
Matthew Rothschild, Executive Director of the Wisconsin Democracy Campaign, a nonprofit, nonpartisan watchdog group dedicated to clean government, will look at redistricting from a citizen’s perspective for fair representation.
Mary Lynne Donohue, Sheboygan Alderwoman and one of the Plaintiff in the redistricting law suit will explain the effects of redistricting on her aldermanic district in Sheboygan, and her personal reasons for becoming involved.
Oneida County Department on Aging
100 W. Keenan St.
Rhinelander, WI 54501
The League of Women Voters of the Northwoods (LWVNOW) will host a discussion about the current Wisconsin legislative district re-apportionment case before the U.S. Supreme Court. It will be held on Tuesday, May 9 from 6 p.m.to 8 p. m. at the Oneida County Department on Aging.
Wauwatosa Public Library
7635 W North Ave,
Wauwatosa, WI 53213
Does your vote count in Wisconsin? Maybe not.
Wisconsin’s voting maps are so skewed to benefit one political party that a federal court ordered lawmakers to redraw the maps. But instead of complying, certain lawmakers are spending TAXPAYER MONEY—with NO cap on expenditures—to defend the unconstitutional maps.
What can you DO?! Come find out in this town hall meeting. Experts will fill us in on gerrymandering (unfair voting maps) and share specific actions we can take to stop it. Bring friends!
Sponsored by the Citizen Action Organizing Cooperative of Greater Milwaukee, Grassroots North Shore, Fair Elections Project and OFA
Whitefish Bay Public Library
N. Marlborough Dr.
Whitefish Bay, WI 53217
Panel & audience discussion moderated by
Wisconsin Public Radio host Kathleen Dunn
& Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reporter Erin Richards
Kevin Arceneaux (via remote access) - co-author of award-winning, Changing Minds or Changing Channels & political science professor at Temple University
Tim Cullen - retired Democratic member of the Wisconsin senate
Lilly Goren - political science professor at Carroll University
David D. Haynes - editorial page editor of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Dale Schultz - retired Republican member of the Wisconsin senate
Then Changing the Conversation film director Janet Fitch will present ways to overcome the political polarization. Optional small-group brown bag discussions applying these skills will follow (please bring your lunch).
For more information, visit www.lwvmilwaukee.org
Co-sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Milwaukee County
Whitefish Bay Public Library & Wisconsin Public Radio
We hope you are able to join us to support the critical work of the Fair Elections Project to end partisan gerrymandering. A short update on the Whitford case and our efforts will be provided.
Good City Brewing
2108 N. Farwell Ave.
Special thanks for our hosts:
Laura & Scott Vuchetich
Janet & Andrew Martin
Sachin Chheda & Angela McManaman
Hosts: $1000 | Friends: $500 | Sponsors: $250
Suggested contribution: $100
All contributions gratefully accepted
Contributions can me mailed to Fair Elections Project 5027 W North Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53208. Or you can contribute online here.
To RSVP or for any questions, please contact us at email@example.com.
"Join the Waukesha Dems to welcome Sachin Chheda, director of the Fair Elections Project. Sachin led the charge to beat the GOP unfair redistricting last year. He is going to give us updates as to what the next steps are and how we can help continue the fight."
336 Wisconsin Ave.
Waukesha, WI 53186