League of Women Voters Schedules Forums — 8 Comments

  1. Oh I can just hear the questions now, what is your favorite color?

  2. What is the relevancy of a group formed by gender? Why women voters? Do men need a voters’ league?

    In this age of enlightenment and participation in voting and politics by both women and men, should the league change its name to promote inclusiveness? Such as the league of women and men voters?

    To what extent are men encouraged to become members of the league? Does their membership strive for representation similar to our population? About 51 percent women and 49 percent men? What are their diversity goals?

  3. Watch for Schofield to have prepared, written answers again.

    Almost as if her fellow league of liberal women pre-select questions and feed them to their favorites.

  4. So true bred! So very true.

    Especially when the LoWV is so damn corrupt!!!!!


    League of Women Voters (LWV) routinely describes itself as a “nonpartisan political organization,” but in reality the group tows the liberal line on just about every policy question under the sun. It has advocated for gun control and climate change legislation, is pro-Obamacare, pro-abortion, and anti-school choice.

    Of course, there is nothing wrong, per se, with an organization holding liberal positions. However, when you hold all these positions and continue to describe yourself as “nonpartisan” you, if I may paraphrase Sly from The Taming of the Shrew, score yourselves up as the lying’st knaves in Christendom.

    The League’s liberal bona fides have long been on display: William F. Buckley, Jr. even name-checked the League in National Review’s 1955 mission statement. Still, it comes as surprise to many that a group they assumed was just a bunch of nice old ladies helping people register to vote and showing them where their precinct is located are essentially nothing more than a tax-free arm of the Democratic Party engaged in hardcore liberal policy advocacy.

    For Mari MacGregor, a friend and neighbor of Heartland who sat on the board of the Naperville LWV, the group’s decidedly liberal bent became too much for her to handle, and led her to tender her letter of resignation to resign her board position this past February.

    From a 2017 article:

  5. For a good time go to the Debate this Wednesday (Jan 22).

    I hear the county Republicans are putting this one on and softball won’t be the game played that night!


  6. why you can’t ask any questions ?

    or has this changed.

  7. The Left Wing Vixens always have a weak moderator who gets run over by the government employees who show up to harass anyone who is not their endorsed candidate.

    No one goes to these forums to learn, only to demonstrate.

  8. The League has a question screening committee.

    I remember one year when I submitted one asking whether County Board candidates would vote to cut taxes.

    It was not asked.

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