Our Mission: Empowering Voters, Defending Democracy
To achieve this mission, the LWVMC facilitates voting, influences public policy, provides civic education, and promotes civic engagement.
Click to view our full Mission, Vision and Values statement.
- Results are posted on the Maryland State Board of Elections
- Check the status of your mail-in ballot at Voter Lookup
November 8 General Election
Get ready to vote -
- Review your voter registration
- For quick tips on eligibility and how to register, watch one of our short videos HERE
- Apply for a mail-in ballot
- Sign up to FOR a LWV Voters’ Guide - which includes of ballot questions
Do more than vote -
Sign up to be an Election Worker – help urgently needed
Three ways to Vote -
2022 PRIMARY ELECTION
Need a Voters’ Guide? Now Available in English and Spanish
English – Print Version - Candidate responses in their own words. Printed copies can be picked up on county libraries & community centers.
English – Expanded Version - Candidate responses including those not in print version due to space limitations.
Español - Edición Impresa - Respuestas de los candidatos de las preguntas planteadas por la Liga. Guía publicada como un Suplemento de El Tiempo Latino en la edición de junio 17.
Español - Edición Ampliada - Incluye respuestas en español de los candidatos a todas las preguntas planteadas por la Liga.
Do you care about future development in Montgomery County?
County Council wants to hear from YOU! Community Survey
Here is your chance to make your thoughts known! Takes less than 10 minutes!
The survey will be used to inform a racial equity and social justice review of Thrive 2050 and the development of a new racial equity and social justice chapter for the plan.
Thrive Montgomery 2050 is to guide the development of our communities in the face of change—it will help the County respond to the economic, social and environmental opportunities and challenges that we face today and issues that will emerge over the coming decades your voter registration.
Tuesday August 9, 2022, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Rockville Memorial Library
A free workshop exclusively for teachers grades 4-12. Please spread the word to teachers you know.
Facilitator: Jen Wheeler, of Street Law, Inc.
Engage in Street Law’s structured protocol that can help new and veteran teachers alike in supporting students as they discuss challenging political topics in the curriculum.
Save The Date
Saturday, August 13, 2022
10:00 am to 11:30 am
TRAINS, BUSES & AUTOMOBILES:
How to Integrate Equity, Transit, Land-Use & Transportation Resiliency for Regional Advocacy
More information on speakers and registration here. Public welcome.
Recordings of our forums and presentations can be found on our YouTube channel. Be sure to Like, Comment and Share while you are there!