LWV Moscow Idaho
The discussion will cover: how the Electoral College works; why the framers created the Electoral College; and a brief history of the institution in controversial elections.
Aiken is professor of history at the University of Idaho where she has been a faculty member for more than 30 years. She is the author of four books and numerous articles dealing with the history of women, environmental history, social and cultural history, and the history of Idaho. She is past chair of the Idaho Humanities Council.
The Public is invited to attend.
Handicapped parking and access is available on the east side of the building.
MEETING SCHEDULE- 1912 Center - Fiske Room - Noon (unless listed)
March 1 - *Great Room, 1912 Center evening program -
Fake News - Steve Smith
March 8 - What is a jury of your peers? - Bill Thompson, Ray Barker, Henrianne Westberg
March 15 - Spring Break, no program
March 22 - Political gerrymandering + Prospects for reform - Benjamin Cover
March 29 - Palouse Pathways - Opening doors to college and career opportunities - Peggy Jenkins
April 5 - *Great Room, 1912 Center - evening program Hate, Harassment and Human Rights in Idaho Steve Shaw
April 12 - "The challenge of affordable home ownership in Moscow" - Nils Peterson
April 19 - The CHAS clinic and their new services Amy Isbell
April 26 - Update from District 5 Legislators - Dan Foreman, Paulette Jordan, Caroline Nilsson Troy
Wed, May 3, 5:30 PM - *Great Room, 1912 Center - Annual Meeting Potluck Dinner and Business Meeting