League of Women Voters of Montgomery County, MD
Due to concerns related to the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus, LWVMC has CANCELED all meetings of more than 10 people as of March 19, 2020 until further notice.
PRIMARY ELECTION June 2, 2020
Most Marylanders will vote by mail-in ballot in the June 2, 2020 primary election. To ensure you receive a ballot, check your voter registration for your correct mailing address. A ballot will be mailed to the address you have provided.
Have Questions About the Primary Election?
Call the LWVMC Voter Hotline at 301-984-9585.
The Montgomery County League of Women Voters stands in solidarity with all people across the U.S. who are protesting the brutal treatment of George Floyd and grieving his death.
The League’s mission, Empower Voters. Defend Democracy, compels us to work even harder with federal, state, and local government officials to enforce and to pass laws that promote a culture of equal rights and opportunities for everyone in America.
Step 2. Get to know your candidates in these unbiased, nonpartisan League resources.
✔ Vote 411 is an online “one-stop-shop.” Enter your address for free access at vote411.org.
✔ Guide to Board of Education candidates' video statements
✔ Learn more at our Voter's Guide page.
Cast Your Vote
Step 3: Mark your ballot and mail it in the envelope provided. Board of Elections instructions.
✔ A prepaid, pre-addressed return envelope comes with the ballot.
✔ Follow instructions carefully, including signing the required oath.
✔ Return envelope must be postmarked no later than 8:00pm June 2.
NOTE: Limited Election Day on-site voting is available to voters who need a ballot marking device, voters registering for the first time, and voters experiencing problems. Check for voting centers open June 2, from 7am-8pm.
LWVMC Annual Meeting-May 30, 2020
✔ Vote on 2020-2021 program, bylaw changes, budget, and officers
✔ 9:30am-Zoom technical support; 10:00am meeting
✔ Register at http://lwvmc.eventbrite.com
✔ Annual Meeting Workbook proposed studies for upcoming year, bylaws changes, treasurer’s report, budget, and nominating committee report—all items to be voted on.
✔ View the May 2020 issue of the Montgomery Voter newsletter.