Wisconsin NOW endorses Ann Groves Lloyd for state Assembly

Media Contact Lindsay Lemmer 608-217-5217 madtownnow@gmail.com The Wisconsin chapter of the National Organization for Women (NOW) endorses Ann Groves Lloyd in the special election for Wisconsin’s 42 state Assembly seat. Ann Groves Lloyd’s service on the Lodi Common Council has shown her dedication to uplifting her community. “Her platform will increase affordable healthcare access, education

Wisconsin chapter of NOW responds to Jon Plumer’s disorderly conduct citation

Media Contact Lindsay Lemmer 608.217.5217 madtownnow@gmail.com June 5, 2018 Wisconsin chapter of NOW responds to Jon Plumer’s disorderly conduct citation Domestic violence must not be tolerated. It’s been revealed that Republican candidate for the 42nd Assembly district, Jon Plumer, was cited for disorderly conduct in an incident that sounds like a clear case of family

NOW endorses Cathy Myers for Congress

Media Contact Lindsay Lemmer 608.217.5217 madtownnow@gmail.com The National Organization for Women proudly endorses Cathy Myers in her race for the first congressional district seat in Wisconsin. Wisconsin chapter president Lindsay Lemmer released the following statements. “Cathy Myers has spent her career elevating the status of women, from being part of the first full class of

Madison NOW May Meeting

Madison NOW May Meeting Tuesday, May 8, 6–8:30 pm Guests and topics: Mahlon Mitchell on the Governor’s Race Wendi Kent with a Spot the Fake Clinic Workshop WNPJ Movement Hub 30 W Mifflin Street #702, Madison, WI  53703 Join us for our May meeting! Gubernatorial candidate Mahlon Mitchell will discuss his campaign and answer questions, and NOW

April meeting with guest Representative Melissa Sargent

Madison NOW April Meeting Tuesday, April 10, 6–8 pm Special Guest: Representative Melissa Sargent Wisconsin Network for Peace, Justice and Sustainability 30 W Mifflin Street #702, Madison, WI  53703 Join us for our April meeting with Representative Melissa Sargent! She’ll give a review of legislation impacting women’s rights from this past session and what may be