Capitol St. Library Community Room
3969 N. 74th Street, Milwaukee
(Parking in the rear of the building)
Agenda will be published closer to the meeting.
What happend in January -
With 35 members in attendance at the January 19 meeting, the “energy and passion” there was inspiring according to a newcomer. Realizing the important role Supermarket Legends plays in voter turnout, the group was fired up to maintain and increase our GOTV activities.
Project coordinators gave reports about current activities, and attendees brainstormed ideas for additional ones. One new suggestion was to blitz the community, closer to the date of an election, informing voters about early voting. The group agreed we should remain nonpartisan in the critical Supreme Court race, but consider distributing literature comparing the two candidates for the April 7 general election. This would be similar to what many other nonpartisan organizations do.
Attendees decided we should have another meeting on March 15. At that time we will finalize GOTV plans for the April 7 election.
Here are a few examples of the places we go
- MICAH Black History Dinner
- MATC, 3 locations
- Riverwest Food Pantry
- Islamic Dawah Food Pantry
- Farmers Market at Domes
- Wisconsin DMV, several locations
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