- Serving Lisle and portions of Downers Grove, Naperville, Woodridge, and Bolingbrook
Join the Blue Wave!Lisle Township Democratic Organization is the local political force that makes a difference and works to turn Lisle Township and DuPage County Blue! If you can not come to a meeting or are not sure of the best way to get involved locally fill in this form and you will be contacted.
Voting begins:2020-09-2480 days to go.
Last Day to Request Vote-by-Mail2020-10-26112 days to go.
MeetingsOur Membership Meetings are held each 2nd Monday of the month via Zoom at least for the duration of the Stay at Home Order. Please see here for details.
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Do you have an issue that energizes you? Are you angry and want substantive change? Do you want to make your voice be heard regarding police violence against people of color? We have a once in a generation opportunity for … Continue reading →
Indivisible DuPage and Team Illinois for Equity and Reform will provide applicable virtual training and digital materials for those interested in running for local elected offices in April 2021 and November 2022. The training will be for an hour and … Continue reading →
If you’re a new PC or considering becoming one, you are welcome to attend this training via Zoom. Join us for the first session on June 25th at 8 PM. Sign up here.
Thanks to LTDO Vice Chair Claire Goldenberg, now you can enjoy delicious home-grown tomatoes and cilantro, while providing vital support to the organization. Suggested donation is $2 per plant, and may be picked up at 709 Front Street, on the … Continue reading →
The Lisle Township Democratic Organization (LTDO) believes that BLACK LIVES MATTER! We are deeply disturbed at the cruel display of violence by Minneapolis police officers who took the life of Mr. George Floyd. The brutal treatment of African-Americans in our … Continue reading →
Our Membership Meeting on Monday June 8th at 7:30-9PM will be devoted to understanding the Black Lives Matter movement. Naperville City Councilman Benjamin White, co-founder of Naperville Neighbors United will be our speaker. We must be able to discuss uncomfortable … Continue reading →
Before face masks, Americans went to war against seat belts (Business Insider) Oh, boy, do I remember this from the 1960’s. I remember my Dad installing seat belts in our car. As a kid, I was not at all political … Continue reading →
Beware — this all assumes compliance with masking and social distancing. Here’s a summary, but obviously read the New York Times article for details. 1. A BYOB backyard gathering with one other household: low to medium risk. ✅⚠️ 2. Eating … Continue reading →
I was confused at first that the DuPage County website only has due dates for 2019, but as with income tax, you pay 2019 taxes in 2020. The due dates this year are June 1st and September 1st, but due … Continue reading →
Of all the swing states for which I’m gathering information and contacts, Michigan is at the top of my list due to ease of help and importance. Michigan is allowing people to start signing up now for mail-in voting November … Continue reading →