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October, 2021

Monday
18
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Find how and where to vote in your area by visiting your local League page or your county election website.
Tuesday
19
1919 - The League of Women Voters of Texas was formed in San Antonio
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October 19, 1919: The League of Women Voters of Texas was formed in San Antonio when the Texas Equal Suffrage Association (Est. 1903) was dissolved to reorganize for a new purpose.
Tuesday
19
Skyline Branch Library
10:00 AM
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This is a volunteer opportunity to register voters at Skyline Branch Library. Encourage voters to check their voter registration status as registered voters get canceled from the rolls every year.
Tuesday
19
Hampton Illinois Branch Library
1:00 PM
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This is a volunteer opportunity to register voters at Hampton Illinois Branch Library. Encourage voters to check their voter registration status as registered voters get canceled from the rolls every year.
Wednesday
20
Pleasant Grove Branch Library
3:30 PM
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This is a volunteer opportunity to register voters at Pleasant Grove Branch Library. Encourage voters to check their voter registration status as registered voters get canceled from the rolls every year.
Wednesday
20
Zoom Meeting
7:00 PM
Thursday
21
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5:00 PM
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"Please join us on Thursday, October 21st from 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm CT for a special event focused on voter services and voting rights. We have the opportunity for a conversation with:

Hani Mirza
Senior Attorney
Texas Civil Rights Project

The agenda will be as follows:

1) brief review (in Texas) of initial voter registration and changing of voter registration record (e.g., address change) through DPS both in person and online.
2) current status -- what works, what doesn‘t, level of reliability/confidence in the overall DPS/SOS method of voter registration and updating
3) any useful cooperative action on the above involving TCRP and LWV - Dallas & statewide?"
Friday
22
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Join us in commemorating the birthday of Christia Daniel Adair. Christia was an NAACP leader from Houston, worked for full suffrage and was one of the first black women to vote in a Democratic primary after the Supreme Court struck down Texas‘ white primary law in 1944. As executive secretary of the Houston NAACP for 12 years, she and others desegregated the Houston airport, public libraries, city buses, and department store dressing rooms. Despite official harassment, Adair and others rebuilt the Houston NAACP chapter, which grew to 10,000 members.

Learn more:
https://tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/fad19
Saturday
23
1850 - National Women’s Rights Convention first held in Worchester, MA
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October 23-24, 1850 - National Women’s Rights Convention first held in Worchester, MA. was an annual series of meetings that increased the visibility of the early women‘s rights movement in the United States. combined both female and male leadership, and attracted a wide base of support including temperance advocates and abolitionists. Speeches were given on the subjects of equal wages, expanded education and career opportunities, women‘s property rights, marriage reform and temperance.