League of Women Voters of Nebraska Elects 2021-2023 Co-Presidents
OMAHA, NE – Toni Monette and MaryLee Moulton, both of Omaha, have been elected co-presidents of the League of Women Voters of Nebraska, a 101-year-old organization whose current mission is to “Empower Voters and Defend Democracy.”
Monette is the first African American to be elected to this position in the state organization’s history
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