Making Democracy Work

Making Democracy Work

The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging informed and active participation in government. It influences public policy through education and advocacy.
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Elections 2017 - Tuesday November 7 Register by October 11

The LWV of the Midland Area endorses the Bond Proposal of Meridian Public Schools. Meridian School Bond information

There will be scattered elections throughout Bay County and voters in Midland's Meridian School district will vote on a bond proposal Meridian School Bond on Tuesday Nov. 7.

Are you registered to vote? It's not hard. Go to to and click on "Register to Vote" to see steps in registering to vote and for registration applications.

You can also register to vote at any Secretary of State office, your county clerk's office, city or township clerk's office. Full information for Midland County voters may be found at: the Midland County website. Click on "Residents". Then click on "Voter Registration".

Important: you must be registered to vote 30 days before the election (28 days this year to avoid the weekend). October 10 is the last day to register this year!

Senior Expo October 11 10am - 2pm at Midland Mall Stop by our booth for information about the Meridian school bond election, Bay City & Bay County elections, VOTE411, Your Elected Officials and our website. And CANDY!

Meet, Greet, Learn & Volunteer Oct 17, 7-8pm Creative 360

All Members - new and "experienced" Please join us for a Meet & Greet, and to find out what your League has planned this year and how you can contribute. Reservations required: email Judy Donahue or Sharron Such


Our original website was created in 1998 with gifts made in memory of Mary Dee Rieke, a founding member of the LWV of the Midland Area, our second president, and an active participant in League throughout her life. We remember her with gratitude.