Happy Birthday Lodi Valley News.Com!!!

by Free Speech on April 22, 2011

Lodi, WI~

Lodi Valley News serving Lodi, WI & the Lake Wisconsin area with local information since Earth Day 2008.

Three years ago today we launched Lodi’s first citizen web-based news and information site. The idea was to have a 100% locally owned portal for information, opinion, dialogue and debate. We’re still very much a work in progress and truly appreciate the thousands of visits from all of you. Please don’t hesitate to send us letters, editorials, articles, events, and images to post.

Heartfelt Thanks,
Lodi Valley News.com TEAM

"The Dude" says THANKS FOR ABIDING to www.lodivalleynews.com

{ 1 comment… read it below or add one }

1 Marcia Riquelme September 7, 2011 at 11:38 PM

Most Complete information on the new Wisconsin Voter ID LAW–and it’s human impact! A good resource:
* The League of Women Voters of Dane County, Inc.
2712 Marshall Court, Suite 2, Madison, WI

*Subject: City Clerk’s Office – Voter ID information sessions

The Madison City Clerk’s Office will hold Voter ID information sessions for the public at 6:30 p.m. in room 201 of the City-County Building on Tuesday, September 13, and on Monday, September 26.
These presentations will cover the recent changes to state elections law, including requirements for photo identification and poll book signatures, and information on how to obtain an identification card for voting purposes.

**Critical Insights into percentage of Wisconsin citizens most negatively affected by the Wisconsin Voter ID Law: According to the Brennan Center of the New York University Law School, the following groups do not have a Wisconsin driver’s license or identification card:
· 23% of persons aged 65 and older
· 17% of white men and women
· 55% of all African American males
· 49% of African American women
· 46% of Latino men
· 59% of Latina women
· 78% of African American males age 18-24
· 66% of African American women age 18-24

++Voter ID information sessions will be held throughout Madison in September, October, November, and December. Thirty-two sessions have been scheduled so far. To schedule a presentation for your group, contact the Clerk’s Office at clerk@cityofmadison.com or 608-266-4601.

Our Vote is our closest connection to our legislators! We need to be aware of our rights and the laws that affect them! —

Your friend and neighbor,
Marcia Riquelme
608-446-1446 –call if you have any questions

Previous post:

Next post: