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Lake Dems and Tenth Dems Present How-to for 2022: The Petition Process

When: Saturday, November 20, 2021 at 10:30am

Where: Online via Zoom  Register here.

What: A practical training event cosponsored by Lake Dems and Tenth Dems U for volunteers, candidates, and prospective candidates about what it takes to get (and stay) on the ballot in Illinois. Presentation by top election attorney Ed Mullen. 1.0 hour Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit available for attorneys. Admission is free. Open to Democrats.

TDU Virtual Let’s Talk Politics

When: Monday, March 8, 2021 at 6:00pm

Where: Online – RSVP required. Register here

What: Join Tenth Dems and Lake Dems on Monday, March 8, at 6:00 PM, for a another edition in our continuing Tenth Dems University’s (TDU) Let’s Talk Politics (LTP) series. Since we still cannot meet in person, we will be zooming together with TDU Dean Dr. Laurie Schiller, who will moderate the discussion. We’ll chat about whatever political issues you want to chat about and we’ll have fun doing it with each other. Democrats are welcome.  The Zoom link will be sent the day of the event.

Let’s Talk Politics is a moderated discussion and allows opportunities for Democrats in and around the 10th District to talk about important issues of the day with each other and guests that often include elected officials, candidates, political analysts, and authors.

Tenth Dems U presents “Still at Stake: Women’s Reproductive Rights on the Ballot” with Terry Cosgrove

When: Thursday, August 27 at 7:00pm

Where: Online via Zoom. Link will be sent prior to the event. Register online.

What: Tenth Dems U presents, Still at Stake: Women’s Reproductive Rights on the Ballot with Personal PAC President & CEO Terry Cosgrove. Admission is free. Open to Democrats. Free CLE credit available to attorneys.

Tenth Dems University (TDU) — “Political Fraud and the First Amendment: Does the Constitution Protect Lies?” with Constitutional Law Professor Marty Redish

When: Wednesday, August 12, 2020 from 7:00 – 8:30pm

Where: Online via Zoom. Link provided closer to the event. RSVP online.

What: Northwestern Constitutional Law Professor Marty Redish, among the most frequently cited legal scholars in the country, will discuss whether the First Amendment protects the use of knowingly false speech to achieve a political goal. RSVP online for “Political Fraud and the First Amendment: Does the Constitution Protect Lies?” with Constitutional Law Professor Marty Redish. CLE credit available for attorneys.

Tenth Dems University (TDU) — “What’s Going to Happen in November?” with Dr. Rachel Bitecofer

When: Tuesday, August 4, 2020 at 7:00pm

Where: Online via Zoom. Link provided closer to the event. RSVP online.

What: TDU presents “What’s Going to Happen in November?” with Dr. Rachel Bitecofer. Bitecofer, author and political prognosticator, gained fame for her nearly perfect predictions for the 2018 elections. She will discuss what she thinks will happen in 2020 and why.