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2017 Kane County Chronicle Best of the Fox

Letter: Keeping the Women’s March alive

Published: Monday, March 6, 2017 5:09 p.m. CDT • Updated: Monday, March 6, 2017 5:14 p.m. CDT

To the Editor:

Are you looking to keep the Women’s March alive? Join the League of Women Voters, one of the sponsoring organizations of the march. Get newsletters with updated information on the issues for which you marched. Get action alerts on pending legislation right now by signing up here: www.lwvil.org/tfa-time-for-action.html.

Use our free and excellent advocacy guide, “Making Your Voice Heard,” available here: www.lwvil.org/making-your-voice-heard.html.

League members marched for women’s rights, voter rights, clean water and air, common sense gun reform, campaign finance reform, the Affordable Care Act, criminal justice reform, immigration reform and a responsible Illinois budget. 

And, League members marched to honor the legacy of their suffragist founders. We have a 97-year track record of educating, engaging and empowering citizens on issues. And we’re not backing down or going away!

The website for the League of Women Voters Central Kane County is www.lwvckc.org.

Contact us at lwvckc.education@gmail.com

Jean Pierce

League of Women Voters Central Kane County

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