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Community Meeting: State of the Village

Thursday, September 21, 2017
7:15 p.m.
65 S. Park Ave
Glen Ellyn

Join us as we hear from Staci Hulseberg, director of planning and development/Village of Glen Ellyn, to speak on the State of the Community at the new Police Station just south of Roosevelt Road. All are welcome and the public is invited.

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Fall 2017

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Upcoming Events:

September 21, Thursday 

Community Meeting 7:30 (doors open at 7:00) "The State of the Village"  at the new Glen Ellyn Police Department, 65 S Park Boulvevard.  Come out to hear Staci Hulseberg,  Director of Planning and Development Department/ Village of Glen Ellyn, provide the most up-to-date information about revitalizing our downtown business district and other vacant commercial properties as well as insight regarding other important Village matters.


September 23, Saturday

Book Club (see below for information)


September 26, Tuesday 

National Voter Registration Day -  Two sites for Voter Registration 

The Student Leadership Council of College of DuPage is hosting a voter registration table in partnership with the League of Women Voters from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Student Services Center (SSC) Atrium at the College of DuPage.

The League of Women Voters of Glen Ellyn will also register new voters, or assist current voters in updating information on National Voter Registration Day, Tuesday, September 26, at the People's Resource Center 201 S. Naperville Rd. from 9-11 a.m.

October 19, Thursday

Community Meeting on "Implicit Bias: Exploring Everyday Hidden Bias in the Workplace and Beyond." Jeraul Mackey is a scholar and an improviser. When he's not making people laugh on comedy stages throughout Boston, you will find him doing serious research at Harvard University. He studies organizational behavior, nonprofit leadership, and executive labor markets. Before becoming a PhD student, Jeraul spent many years as a consultant and policy specialist in nonprofit and corporate settings. Location TBD.

March 20

The next election will be the March 20, 2018 Primary for nominations of Governor/Lieutenant Governor, Attorney General, Secretary of State, State Comptroller, State Treasurer, Representatives to Congress – all 18 districts, and members of the state Senate and General Assembly, as well as judges and county officials.

  • Last day of regular registration for the Spring Primary Election is February 20, 2018
  • Grace period to register for the Spring Primary Election is from February 21- March 20, 2018
  • Early Voting February 8-Mach 19, 2018
  • Last Day to register for on-line voting for the Spring Primary Election is March 4, 2018


New Bill allows automatic registration:
On August 28, 2017 Governor Rauner  signed SB 1933, which allows voters to automatically register to vote through an electronic process when they apply for a driver’s license or a state ID, unless they opt out. 
The new version of the bill includes language that ensures it is compliant with a the Real ID Law, which screens out non-citizens and ensures that only legal Illinois residents will be registered. The law is expected to be fully implemented by the 2018 elections.

A very helpful site that will connect you to information about voting in Illinois is

Check out the State of Illinois website for great information on voting and elections in Illinois.

Illinois residents can check with their local election authority, or go to either of the above links to see if their voter information is correct.


The Illinois State Board of Elections has received the revised request from the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity for Illinois voter data. The request will be on the Board’s agenda at the August 22, 2017 meeting, and no voter information will be released without Board approval and advance notice to the public. If you have any comment regarding this request, please submit them in writing to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .


Want to Contact Your Legislator?

Contacting your legislators to let them know what you think is a basic American right. Often, legislators say they tally the responses they receive from constituents in order to make decisions about how to vote in the legislative bodies where they serve. To learn more about how to contact your legislator, check out this publication from the League of Women Voters of Illinois: Making Your Voice Heard.
LWVGE Book Club
Fall selection:  American Nations: A History of the Eleven Rival Regional Cultures by Colin Woodard
September 23
579 Riford Rd 
9:00 AM
Available at library starting August 23

 Click here for a list of other books we have read.



If you haven't sent in your dues, it's time to do so. Here is information about membership. If you are renewing and forgot where your renewal envelope is, or didn't receive it in the mail, OK to send to the address listed on the join page. Note that dues are now set at $78 per year. Most of this money, with the exception of a few dollars, is passed on to the LWVIL and the LWVUS to maintain the LWVGE membership. 

There is no shortage of things to do, ways to learn, and opportunities to make a difference. Help us by becoming a member.

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LWVGE Book Club

Great Decisions 

each group is doing great work. Follow by clicking on that specific group's page within the "Groups Within League" page.

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DuPage is Changing - report from October 2013 unit meeting - Stunning Facts Wow Audience.

Affordable Housing in Glen Ellyn

Mental Health First Aid