Author Archives: Larry Hauser

Meet Your MI Supreme Court Candidates

Subject: Meet Your Michigan Supreme Court Candidates You are invited to attend a Zoom meeting to introduce candidates for the Michigan Supreme Court: Chief Justice Bridget McCormack & Elizabeth Welch June 3rd – 7:00 p.m.Registier in advance by going to: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMvc–hpzwqE9XqhNYdup4pO4OZaLO0B8WV After registering, you will receive a confimation email containing information about joining the meeting.Chief Justice […]

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League of Woman Voters Update

—–Original Message—–From: League of Women Voters of Michigan <president@lwvmi.org>To: lshauser@aol.comSent: Sun, May 17, 2020 11:38 amSubject: League Links May 2020 League Links – May 2020Empowering Voters. Defending Democracy.In this issue:President’s Message: Technology powering our mission Register for Town Hall with SOS Jocelyn Benson on May 21 Voter Services: State Voter Guides, Clerk Engagement ProjectVote 411 – […]

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Comedy Fundraiser

Still a few seats left for our Zoom Stand Up Comedy Fundraiser to benefit Democratic Candidates running in Leelanau County!  Sit back and have some laughs all while helping raise much needed campaign funds that will be used to support our Candidates.  We have Democratic Candidates running for each County Commission seat, several for Township Trustees, and the […]

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Gwenne Allgaier for District 6 Commissioner

I am running for County Commission this year to represent District 6 – Empire, Glen Arbor and Cleveland Townships.  Our current Commissioner, Peachy Rentenbach, is choosing to retire.  This is an important race – we need a quorum of thoughtful, (not partisan) voices on our Commission to work for affordable housing for our families, clean […]

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Messaging Guidelines

Hi, The COVID-19 pandemic is one of the greatest challenges we’ve faced in a generation. Gov. Whitmer is enacting necessary, science-based measures to prevent the spread of the disease, yet know that there’s a lot more work to be done to ensure that Michigan families, small businesses, and frontline workers get the support they need.That’s why […]

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