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  • rsvped +1 for An Evening with MSNBC Legal Analyst Jill Wine-Banks 2021-10-27 14:45:27 -0500

    An Evening with MSNBC Legal Analyst Jill Wine-Banks

    WILL DEMOCRACY SURVIVE IN WISCONSIN? We hear from respected legal analyst, Jill Wine-Banks:

    • Author of The Watergate Girl 
    • Co-host, #SistersInLaw and iGenPolitics Podcasts
    • Former Assistant Watergate Special Prosecutor
    • General Counsel of US Army in Carter Administration

    Democracy is once again in peril, and Wisconsin is a prime example.

    We explore the statewide and national implications of the erosion of democracy with Ms. Wine-Banks, Representative Evan Goyke (moderator) and Wisconsin Representatives Deb Andraca and Jonathan Brostoff.



     

    Any donation is welcome.  You will be automatically redirected to our donation page after you submit your rsvp.

    If you would like to donate by check, please sent it to:

    Grassroots North Shore
    5600 W Brown Deer Rd, #116
    Brown Deer, WI 53223

    Please write "fundraiser" on the memo line.

     

    To complete the registration process please go to zoom

    After you complete the registration, you will receive your link to join us on Dec. 5th.

    WHEN
    December 05, 2021 at 7:00pm
    WHERE
    Virtual Event
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  • published An Evening with Jill Wine-Banks in Home 2021-10-27 14:44:03 -0500

    An Evening with Jill Wine-Banks

    WILL DEMOCRACY SURVIVE IN WISCONSIN? We hear from respected legal analyst, Jill Wine-Banks:

    • Author of The Watergate Girl 
    • Co-host, #SistersInLaw and iGenPolitics Podcasts
    • Former Assistant Watergate Special Prosecutor
    • General Counsel of US Army in Carter Administration

    Democracy is once again in peril, and Wisconsin is a prime example.

    We explore the statewide and national implications of the erosion of democracy with Ms. Wine-Banks, Representative Evan Goyke (moderator) and Wisconsin Representatives Deb Andraca and Jonathan Brostoff.


    RSVP Sunday, December 5th, 7-8:30 pm. You will receive a link to join the webinar when you sign up.

    Any donation is welcome. After you rsvp, you will be taken directly to the donation page!  Or, if you prefer, send a check to:

    Grassroots North Shore
    5600 W Brown Deer Rd, #116
    Brown Deer, WI 53223

    Please write "fundraiser" on the memo line.

    For those of you (1st 15 people) who donate at the level of $200 or more, we have a special thank you gift, a sampler of four beers from The Minocqua Brewing Company.  

      

    What we do and why you should support us . . .

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  • published GRNS Bylaws in About 2021-10-16 17:09:01 -0500

    Grassroots North Shore Bylaws

    ARTICLE I. NAME OF ORGANIZATION

    The name of the organization shall be Grassroots North Shore (GRNS).

    ARTICLE II. PURPOSE

    SECTION 1.

    GRNS is registered as an Unincorporated Association with the Wisconsin Department of Financial Institutions.

    SECTION 2.

    GRNS is an all-volunteer, not-for-profit organization that works to advocate, educate and inform for progressive change and solutions.  Contributions to Grassroots North Shore are not tax deductible.

    SECTION 3.

    No monies from dues or donations to the organization shall inure to the benefit of any member or individual, other organization, or political candidate.

    ARTICLE III. MEMBERSHIP

    SECTION 1.   Eligibility

    1. The single requirement for membership eligibility is that the individual favor a progressive ideology.
    2. GRNS serves Milwaukee’s North Shore and Ozaukee County residents. Individuals from any geographic location may join.

    SECTION 2.  Dues

    Membership in GRNS is based on the annual payment of dues.  For the dues structure and amounts, refer to GRNS’ Policies and Procedures.

    SECTION 3.  Categories of Involvement

    1. Individuals/households that pay membership dues.
    2. Advisory Members, who receive Steering Committee minutes.
    3. Members of the Steering Committee.
    4. Members of the Administrative Committee.
    5. Supporters, who are non-dues paying individuals, that may participate in all activities except Voting.

    SECTION 4.  Members must be in good standing to avail themselves of the benefits of membership.                                       

    SECTION 5.  Resignations

    1. Resignations shall be tendered to the Co-Chair(s) in writing.
    2. Officer resignations shall be submitted to the Steering Committee in writing.
    3. If a Member is being terminated for cause or disciplinary action, it shall be handled by a majority vote of the Steering Committee at a special meeting called for that purpose.

    ARTICLE IV.  STEERING COMMITTEE

    SECTION 1.

    1. The Steering Committee shall be an elected group of individuals, comprised of 9 – 15 active members.
    2. Their terms shall be for two years staggered, and have no limits.
    3. This committee operates similarly to a Board of Directors.

    SECTION 2.

    The Steering Committee is responsible for overall policy and direction of the organization.  Authority will be delegated to Standing and Ad Hoc committees as appropriate. 

    SECTION 3.

    1. A Slate of Candidates is prepared by the Nominating Committee in November. The Slate is presented to the Steering Committee at the December meeting for suggested changes or approval.  If changes are recommended, they will be made and the slate re-presented to the Steering Committee at the January meeting.
    2. Final approval shall be made by majority vote of Active Members at the Annual Meeting.

    ARTICLE V.  ADMINISTRATIVE COMMITTEE

    SECTION 1.  Purpose

    The management of business shall be vested in an Administrative Committee, which shall be   comprised of the Co-Chair(s), Treasurer, Secretary and one (1) Active Member.

    SECTION 2.  Membership

    The Active Member shall be appointed by the Co-Chairs with notice to the Steering Committee.  The term of office shall be annual.

    SECTION 3.  Responsibilities

    Duties of the Administrative Committee shall be to assist the Co-Chairs with conducting the business of the association:  approval of expenditures over the amount stated in GRNS’ Policies and Procedures, and administrative matters that come before it.

    ARTICLE VI.  ADVISORY MEMBERS

    SECTION 1.

    A group of indeterminate size shall comprise the Advisory Members.  In general, they are former officers and members of the Steering Committee.  Other persons with specific expertise may also be included.

    SECTION 2. 

    They shall have no specific term of office and no term limits.

    SECTION 3.

    Advisory members are appointed during the annual nominating process, but are not included in the slate of elected candidates.

    SECTION 4.

    Advisory members may attend Steering Committee meetings; however, they do not vote.

    ARTICLE VII. OFFICERS 

    SECTION 1.

    The officers of this association shall be the Chair/Co-Chairs, Secretary, and Treasurer. All officers must be Active Members of the association.

    1. The association may be led by either two (2) Co-Chairs or one (1) Chair.
    2. Co-Chair terms are staggered.
    3. The incumbent Co-Chair has the final say over who shall become their Co-Chair
    4. Co-Chairs decide how they will divide responsibilities. They shall, however, provide back-up for each other.

    SECTION 2.  Terms of Office

    1. The term of office for Chair/Co-chairs shall be two (2) years. Other Officers are appointed.
    2. The election of Officers shall be conducted annually, for those positions whose terms have ended.
    3. Vacancies shall be filled by the Chair/Co-Chairs. Interim appointments shall be effective until the next regular election.

    SECTION 3.  Duties - Chair/Co-Chairs

    The Chair/Co-Chairs shall preside at Steering and Administrative Committee meetings. They shall appoint committees, name chairpersons of Standing or Ad Hoc committees, and be an ex-officio member of all committees.

    SECTION 4.  Duties - Treasurer

    The Treasurer shall receive and maintain custody of all funds, pay all bills, collect monies due, keep full and accurate accounts, and present a Treasurer’s Report to the Steering Committee at each regular meeting.  Refer to GRNS’ Policies and Procedures to determine who shall sign checks.

    SECTION 5.  Duties - Secretary

    The Secretary shall attend and record Steering and Administrative Committee meetings.  All other committees are responsible for their own administrative functions. The Secretary shall send a copy of the Bylaws to all new Steering Committee members.

    ARTICLE VIII. MEETINGS OF THE STEERING COMMITTEE

    SECTION 1.  Regular Meetings

    1. Regular meetings of the Steering Committee shall be held monthly. The date, time, and place shall be as specified in the GRNS’ Policies and Procedures.
    2. The Quorum for a regular meeting shall be five (5) of the Active Members. A simple majority of those present and voting shall be sufficient.
    3. Meetings may be in-person or virtual.

    SECTION 2.  Special Meetings

    1. Special meetings may be called by the Chair/Co-Chairs, the Administrative Committee, or by request of two-thirds (2/3) of the Active Members of the Steering Committee.
    2. Notification to those invited shall be given electronically seven (7) days before the meeting.
    3. The Quorum shall be five (5) Active Members of the Steering Committee in attendance. A simple majority of those present and voting shall be sufficient.
    4. Meetings may be in-person or virtual.

    SECTION 3Annual Meeting

    1. An annual meeting of members and supporters shall be called by the Steering Committee during the first quarter of the year.
    2. This shall be a combination business/informational meeting, to include the approval of the slate of officers and Steering Committee candidates.
    3. Only Active Members may vote.

    SECTION 4.  Record of Proceedings

    1. A record of all regular and special meetings of the Steering Committee shall be kept by the Secretary.
    2. This record shall include a Treasurer’s Report and Committee Reports. All decisions, matters of a financial nature, and Motions/Seconds/Votes shall be documented.  It is not required that the full extent of discussions be included. 
    3. This record shall be approved by the Steering Committee at their next regular meeting.
    4. Once approved (and corrected, if applicable) the record shall be archived electronically.

    ARTICLE IX. STANDING AND AD HOC COMMITTEES

    SECTION 1.  Formation
    The Chair/Co-Chairs may create or disband standing or ad hoc committees as needed.

    SECTION 2.  Standing Committees  

     A detailed description of each committee is provided in the GRNS’ Policies and Procedures.

    1. Communications
    2. Endorsements
    3. Events
    4. Finance
    5. Fund Raising
    6. Issues
    7. Membership
    8. Nominating
    9. PEC (Politics, Elections, Campaigns).

    ARTICLE X. AMENDMENTS

    SECTION 1.

    These articles may be amended, or new ones added, by a majority vote of the Steering Committee members present at any regular meeting of the association, or any special meeting called for that purpose.

    SECTION 2.

    Proposed amended articles or additions to the Bylaws must be introduced to the Steering Committee membership for review at least seven (7) days prior to the meeting at which they will be discussed and approved.  Distribution of this material will be electronic.

    ARTICLE XI. DISSOLUTION

    Grassroots North Shore may be dissolved at any time by the written consent of not less than two-thirds (2/3) of the Steering Committee. If the Association is dissolved, after all bills have been paid and all receivables collected, all monies remaining at that time shall be donated to a nonprofit organization selected by the Administrative Committee.

    ARTICLE XII.  PARLIAMENTARY

    When information regarding a specific situation has not been included in these Bylaws, reference to Roberts’ Rules of Order as a guideline is recommended.  A less formal, pared down system of rules may be used.

    We, the undersigned, are Co-Chairs of the Grassroots North Shore Steering Committee at this time, and we consent to, and hereby do, adopt the foregoing Bylaws, consisting of the five (5) preceding pages, as the Bylaws of this Unincorporated Association.

    ADOPTED AND APPROVED by the Steering Committee on this 19th day of August, 2021.

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  • published Let's Talk Gun Safety Solutions in Home 2021-09-01 13:27:19 -0500

    Let's Talk Gun Safety Solutions

    On Sunday, September 19, at 3PM, experts and legislators will give us updates on why Wisconsin has been unable to pass legislation to help us reduce gun violence, what we can do about the situation, and how to protect ourselves personally in the meantime.
    Originally conceived as an in-person event, Grassroots North Shore has updated plans for this program: it will now be held on Zoom.

    After you register, you will be sent the link to join the webinar.


  • published Help Pay for Stamps in Get Involved 2021-09-01 13:11:17 -0500

    Support Election Actions

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    Help support Grassroots North Shore's election activities, especially sending postcards. Your donations will help us reach and turnout our voters!

  • published Become a Member 2021-04-23 13:21:18 -0500

  • published The Writers' Club in Get Involved 2021-04-20 14:40:43 -0500

    The Writers' Club

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    Join our band of writers and use your skills to create op-eds and letters to the editor of Wisconsin news outlets to help keep key topics and ideas in the public eye. To help you, we have a list of links to news outlets for you to download.

    Contact Kath Michel to join the group: [email protected].


  • published GRNS Events 2021-02-22 12:07:52 -0600

  • published Spring 2021 Primary Election in Home 2021-02-02 17:14:47 -0600

    Spring 2021 Primary Election

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    The 2021 Primary Election is only two weeks away. The most important election on that ballot statewide is the race for State Superintendent of Public Instruction. See a list of all the candidates and links to their statements, their websites, and their Facebook pages. The statements run long so for a very succinct three bullets about each, see the list at WEAU 13 News.

    For lists of candidates for municipal, judicial, and school board elections, follow the links from our Races 2021 page. In many cases there will be no primary for the races because there are few races in which more than two candidates are competing. To request an absentee ballot and to see a sample ballot for your location, visit myVote.WI.gov.


  • published Celebrate Our 2020 Success in Home 2021-02-02 16:56:29 -0600

  • published Milwaukee County Judicial Candidates in 2021 Races 2021-01-15 16:47:28 -0600

    Milwaukee County Judicial Candidates

    The following candidates will appear on all Milwaukee County Ballots on April 6. Only one judicial office is contested: County Circuit Court Judge Branch 3. The names of the candidates for Circuit Court Judge Branch 3 are linked to their websites. The rest are all incumbents who are running unopposed.

    Court of Appeals Judge, District 1
    Maxine White Incumbent unopposed
     
    Milwaukee County Circuit Court Judges
    Branch 1: Jack Dávila Incumbent unopposed
    Branch 3: Katie Kegel
    Susan Roth
    (Clare L. Florenza, Incumbent, not running)
    Branch 6: Ellen R. Brostrom Incumbent unopposed
    Branch 12: David L. Borowski Incumbent unopposed
    Branch 15: J. D. Watts Incumbent unopposed
    Branch 19: Kori Ashley Incumbent unopposed
    Branch 22: Timothy Witkowiak Incumbent unopposed
    Branch 30: Jon Richards Incumbent unopposed
    Branch 37: Thomas Christophe Dee Incumbent unopposed
    Branch 42: Reyna Morales Incumbent unopposed
    Branch 46: David Feiss Incumbent unopposed

  • published Ozaukee County Judicial Candidates in 2021 Races 2021-01-15 16:46:07 -0600

    Ozaukee County Judicial Candidates

    The following candidates will appear on Ozaukee County Ballots on April 6. The only contested election is for Court of Appeals Judge, District 2. Because there are only two candidates for that position, both will appear only on the April 6 ballot and only for those who reside in district 2 of the Court of Appeals.

    Court of Appeals Judge, District 1

    Maxine White

    Incumbent unopposed
     
    Court of Appeals Judge, District 2
    Jeff Davis Incumbent
    Shelley Grogan  
     
    Ozaukee County Circuit Court Judges
    Branch 1: Paul V. Malloy Incumbent unopposed

  • published School Board Candidates in 2021 Races 2021-01-15 16:44:01 -0600

    School Board Candidates

    Brown Deer:  4 candidates for 3 positions
    Three Board members, 3-yr terms
        Anita Peterson (I)
    Nichole Burris (Zick)
    Stacey Smith
    Felita Ashley
    Incumbents Kevin Klimek and Michele Schofield are not seeking re-election.

    Cedarburg: 4 candidates for 2 positions
    Two Board members, 3-yr terms
        Samuel Cox (I)
    David Krier (I)
    Mary Jo Canham
    Kate Noetzel

    Fox Point-Bayside: uncontested  
    One Board member, 3-yr term
        Tina Kreitlow (I)

    Glendale-River Hills: uncontested
    Two Board members, 3-yr terms
        Andrew Franklin (I)
    Ben Wynn

    Grafton:  3 candidates for 2 positions
    Two Board members, 3-yr terms
        Jerry Rossi (I)
    Mary Widmann
    Shawn Taylor
    Incumbent John Scolman is not running for re-election.

    Maple Dale-Indian Hill: uncontested
    Two Board members, 3-yr terms
        Ted Knight (I)
    Ryan Jenness (I)

    Mequon-Thiensville: uncontested
    Three Board members, 3-yr terms
        Shelley D. Burns (I)
    John W. Daniels (I)
    Paula Taebel (I)
    Andrew Hopkins
    Catherine B. Perry
    Anne Watts

    Nicolet:  4 candidates for 2 positions
    Two Board members, 3-yr terms
        Marilyn K. Franklin (I)
    Libby Gutterman (I)
    Robert Cronwell
    Julie Reindl

    Port Washington:  4 candidates for 2 positions
    Two Board members, 3-yr terms
        Brenda Fritsch (I)
    Aaron Paulin (I)
    Danielle Mayer
    Robert Brooks

    Saukville: uncontested  
    One Board member, 3-yr term
        Douglas Mueller (I)

    Shorewood:  2 candidates for 1 position  
    One Board member, 3-yr term
        Traci Clark
    Ellen Eckman
    Incumbent Clarke Warren is not running for re-election.

    Whitefish Bay:
    Three Board members, 3-yr terms
        Anne Berleman Kearney (I)
    Sandy J. Saltzstein (I)
    Pamela N. Woodard (I)
    Joseph Wendel Ketchum Sr.
    Daniel B. Tyk

  • published Ozaukee County Municipal Candidates in 2021 Races 2021-01-15 16:38:48 -0600

    Ozaukee County Municipal Candidates

    Cedarburg: all races uncontested
    Mayor (one seat, three-year term)
        Michael O'Keefe (I)
    Aldermanic District 2, two-year term
        Jack Arnett (I)
    Aldermanic District 4, two-year term
        Rick Verhaalen (I)
    Aldermanic District 6, two-year term
        Patricia Thome (I)

    Mequon: all races uncontested
    Aldermanic District 6, three-year term
        Brian Parrish (I)
    Aldermanic District 7, three-year term
        Kathleen Schneider (I)
    Aldermanic District 8, three-year term
        Andrew Nerbun (I)

    Port Washington: Aldermanic races uncontested
    Mayor (one seat, three-year term)
        Daniel Benning
    Theodore Neitzke IV
    Incumbent Martin Becker is not running for re-election
    Aldermanic District 1, two-year term
        Deborah Postl (I)
    Aldermanic District 3, two-year term
        Michael Gasper (I)
    Aldermanic District 5, two-year term
        Jonathan Pleitner (I)
    Aldermanic District 7, two-year term
        John Sigwart (I)

  • published MKE County Municipalities in 2021 Races 2021-01-15 16:25:56 -0600

    Milwaukee County Municipalities

    None of the races listed here will involve a primary but ALL of them will be on the April 6 ballot.

    Bayside: uncontested
    Two Village Trustee seats, 3-yr terms
        Margaret Zitzer (I)
    Dan Rosenfeld
    Incumbent Daniel Muchin is not running for re-election

    Brown Deer: 3 candidates for 2 seats  
    Two Village Trustee seats, 3-yr terms
        Gary Springman (I)
    Renee Booker (I)
    Emily Siegrist

    Fox Point: uncontested
    Two Village Trustee seats, 3-yr terms
        Liz Sumner (I)
    Catie Anderson Knight

    Glendale: all races uncontested
    Mayor, One seat, three-year term
        Bryan Kennedy (I)
    Aldermanic District 1, two-year term
        Tomika Vukovic (I)
    Aldermanic District 3, two-year term
        John Gelhard (I)
    Aldermanic District 5, two-year term
        Steve Schmelzling (I)

    River Hills: uncontested
    Two Village Trustee seats, 3-yr terms
        Peter Kingwill (I)
    Peggy Ruso (I)

    Shorewood: 2 candidates for 1 position for Mayor
    and 4 candidates for 2 positions as trustee
    Village President, One seat, 3-yr term
        Jessica Carpenter (currently a trustee)
    Ann McCullough McKaig
    Incumbent Allison Rozek is not running for re-election

    Two Village Trustee seats, 3-yr terms
        Jim Arndorfer
    Lindsay Maruszewski
    Melissa Moore Baldauff
    Incumbent Davida Amenta is not running for re-election

    Whitefish Bay: 3 candidates for 2 seats
    Two Village Trustee seats, 3-yr terms
        Jay Saunders (I)
    Raisa Koltun
    Jacob Haller

     


  • published We're still waiting to exhale in Newsletter Archive 2021-01-13 08:40:48 -0600

    We're still waiting to exhale

    On Friday, January 8, I encouraged everyone to get in touch with Senator Ron Johnson, U.S. Representative Scott Fitzgerald, and U.S. Representative Tom Tiffany — the three Republican elected officials from Wisconsin who either voted to accept the spurious objections raised to the electoral votes of Arizona and Pennsylvania or originally committed to doing so but thought better of it after the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol was put down. These three men should no longer be eligible to serve in the Congress, according to section 3 of the 14th amendment to the Constitution:

    No Person shall be a Senator or Representative in Congress, or elector of President and Vice-President, or hold any office, civil or military, under the United States, or under any State, who, having previously taken an oath, as a member of Congress, or as an officer of the United States, or as a member of any State legislature, or as an executive or judicial officer of any State, to support the Constitution of the United States, shall have engaged in insurrection or rebellion against the same, or given aid or comfort to the enemies thereof. But Congress may by a vote of two-thirds of each House, remove such disability.

    Here's the contact information you need. Make your voices heard and hold these men accountable:

    U.S. Rep. Scott Fitzgerald: (202) 225-5101
    Email and office locations are not yet available.

    U.S. Rep. Tom Tiffany: (202) 225-3365
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    1719 Longworth HOB, Washington, DC 20515

    Sen. Ron Johnson: (202) 224-5323
    email
    328 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510

    We only have eight more days of the tRump administration to go. But there are plenty of pundits predicting new violence on January 17 and on Inauguration Day, both in DC and in every state capital. See "Americans across the political spectrum fear what the Capitol attack portends" in the Washington Post, "Drumpf supporters plan to surround the Capitol in 'chilling' insurrection plot" in Daily Kos, and "Right-wing violence will now be a regular feature of American politics" in the Plum Line blog. In Madison, "Tony Evers calls up National Guard to protect Capitol, boards up windows after FBI warning of 'armed protests'". Sadly, this seems to be the world we live in right now.

    Still, the work of our organization proceeds apace. Dan O'Keefe, the leader of the Criminal Justice Reform Issue Team, invites interested Grassroots North Shore supporters to sign up. The Team is working on arranging a Zoom meeting with State Senator Alberta Darling and welcomes everyone to participate. Details of the meeting will be announced to those who sign up as soon as they are available.

    There are going to be seven candidates on the ballot for the office of Superintendent of Public Instruction. Our page with links to candidate's campaign sites is now up so that you can find out something about each candidates' positions. You can also watch a forum with them, sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Wisconsin and Wisconsin Public Education Network and originally held on January 7, 20221.

    And don't forget the People's Map Commission hearing on Thursday, January 14. You can participate by submitting comments or just registrating for the public hearing (required).

    Read more

  • published Superintendent DPI in 2021 Races 2021-01-09 11:54:18 -0600

    Candidates for State Superintendent of Public Instruction

    Two candidates have prevailed in the February 16 primary. Below you will find their names, links to the candidate statement they submitted to Grassroots North Shore, plus a link to their campaign websites and/or Facebook pages.

    Grassroots North Shore will hold a candidate forum, moderated by Pablo Muirhead, Shorewood School Board member, on Sunday, March 14, on Zoom. Please RSVP to receive the link information.

    Name Information
    Deborah Kerr
    Candidate Statement
    Current Position: Former Brown Deer Schools Superintendent, founding member of the Closing the Gap Consortium
    Website  |  Facebook
    Jill Underly
    Candidate Statement
    Current Position: Superintendent of Pecatonica Area School District, Former assistant director of DPI
    Website  |  Facebook

  • published Issue Teams Calendar in Issue Teams 2021-01-02 16:59:34 -0600

    Issue Teams Calendar

    This calendar will list the meetings for the Issue Teams. To sign up to attend a meeting, click the appropriate meeting listed below.

    See all events

  • published Issue Teams 2020-12-12 16:18:50 -0600

    Issue Teams

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    Issue teams are forming around topics of interest within the Grassroots North Shore community. Each team will host a monthly Zoom meeting featuring a speaker followed by a discussion. You can sign up for an Issue Team meeting on our calendar page. We have issue teams forming around Fair Maps and Voting Rights, Criminal Justice Reform, and Violence Prevention. 

    If you'd like to lead an Issue Team on some other topic, please contact Paul Geenen at [email protected].

     

    Become a volunteer

  • published 2021 Races in Elections 2021 2020-12-08 12:24:21 -0600

    2021 Races

    This section of the Elections 2021 site includes information about the candidates in each of these categories. In many cases, the races are uncontested and may therefore not be included on the ballots for the primaries on February 16. Wherever possible, there will be links to online information provided by the candidates' campaigns.