MWEG Principles of Ethical Government

MWEG’s principles of ethical government are organized around three basic concepts: (1) the government’s duty to adhere to the rule of law; (2) the human and civil rights of all people; and (3) the civic duties and mutual accountability of people one toward another.

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(1) Every government official and institution has a duty to respect the rule of law, including accepted processes for...

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Voter Prep Party Tips!

education and action Oct 18, 2019

By Breanne Potter, MWEG Nebraska Chapter Lead

We are a modest chapter of Mormon Women for Ethical Government in Omaha, Nebraska. Some of our members are new to the scene of political proactiveness, so before the election last year we decided to throw a “voter preparation party.” On my kitchen table I put “I Registered to Vote” stickers, a handout on how to prepare to vote, and pumpkin chocolate chip cookies. In less time than it takes to watch a couple of shows, we...

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Become a Sustaining or Supporting Member!

education and action Jan 26, 2019

As MWEG enters its third year, we are excited to share more about our mission, objectives, structure, and advocacy policies. Most importantly, we want to invite you to become part of our inaugural group of sustaining and supporting members by following the instructions here.

The financial support of our members and friends, along with our leadership team’s efforts to bring greater clarity to our vision, will help us expand our reach, amplify our voices, and increase our impact in...

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Host a Voter Preparation Party!

education and action Oct 01, 2018

While the news cycle continues its dizzying course, let’s not be distracted from one of our primary purposes here at MWEG—to make sure we are doing all we can to encourage the citizens of this great country to be informed, to be engaged, and to exercise that most basic of all rights/responsibilities in a government of, by, and for the people—the right to vote!

We are eager to proactively follow the counsel from the First Presidency to all members of the Church “to be...

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