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Faye Marcus' volunteer efforts are recognized by Rockford Register Star article.
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Allie Tennant voted on her 18th birthday. She was registered by the LWVGR.
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An Article V Convention: A Viable Path Towards Amending the Constitution Forum Well Attended October 22
Assistant State's Attorney Marilyn Hite-Ross moderated as Dr. Scott LaDeur, Political Science professor at Benedictine University and Representative Linda Chapa LaVia (D-83) debate the merits of an Article V convention of the states for the purpose of proposing amendments to the US Constitution to reverse the effects of the Citizens United decision at the Rockford Public Library East Branch Community Room.
Dr. Scott LaDeur, IL Rep Linda Chapa LaVia (Aurora), Marilyn Hite-Ross, Asst State's Attorney, Elizabeth Lindquist, Campaign Finance Reform Chair, Ann Dempsey, LWVGR President