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Just Mercy Panelist Spotlight #1 - Brent Eaton
Timothy Harris
Published on: 4/21/2021
Panelist Spotlight #1 - Hancock County Prosecutor Brent Eaton
Just Mercy Panelist Spotlight #2 - Michael Cunegin
Timothy Harris
Published on: 4/21/2021
Just Mercy Panelist Spotlight #2 - Retired Officer Michael Cunegin
Just Mercy Panelist Spotlight #3 - Patty Franklin
Timothy Harris
Published on: 4/21/2021
Just Mercy Panelist Spotlight #3 - Revered Patty Franklin
Redistricting Documentary Film Series
LWCHCIN
Published on: 1/21/2021
Redistricting Documentary Film Series on Voter Suppression, Gerrymandering, and the Need for Redistricting Reform
The Electoral Count Act & The Process of Electing a President
LWVHCIN
Published on: 1/5/2021
The role of Congress this week, January 4th 2021, is to confirm that the votes sent are the ones the electors certified. Congress has no legal ability to change those results. Read our statement on the joint session to certify the presidential electiont at: https://www.lwv.org/newsroom/press-releases/lwvus-statement-certification-presidential-election

Curious on what happens during the electoral vote process? See The Electoral Count Act & The Process of Electing a President published by the National Task Force On Election Crises: https://www.electiontaskforce.org/s/Electoral-Count-Act.pdf
Just Mercy - Pass It On Community Read
LWVHCIN
Published on: 12/19/2020
Treasurer Kathy Moorhead and President Linda Dunn met Kyle Turpin of the Hancock County Public Library yesterday evening to deliver a check to order more books for the upcoming Just Mercy - Pass It On Community Read. Expect to see and read exciting updates in the future.
Redistricting Update--time to act!
Linda Hanson - CoPresident - LWVIN
Published on: 12/14/2020
All IN 4 Democracy, our coalition for redistricting reform in Indiana, is calling for applications to the Indiana Citizens Redistricting Commission (ICRC). The ICRC will demonstrate how the redistricting process in Indiana should be conducted. It will show that a politically balanced group of citizens working transparently and in cooperation with citizens can devise districts that will serve the public interest, not the interests of politicians.
The ICRC will hold a series of virtual public meetings in January and February of 2021 to take public testimony on what redistricting criteria should guide the map-drawing process....They will also sponsor a map-drawing competition and serve as the judges for that competition.... Reports and maps will be submitted to the IN General Assembly (IGA) and we will lobby for adoption of the maps drawn through a transparent process by a politically balanced group of citizens. More...