Be an informed voter on ALL the candidates with one click at https://www.vote411.org.

    Enter your address to learn about the candidates on your ballot and to compare their responses to League questions.
    Each ballot is customized to your address.

    Black_Phone_icon_540px_transparent.pngVOTER HOTLINE 
    June 20 to July 19, 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM

    Have a question about voting?
    Call the League at 301-984-9585

    For Spanish, call 240-780-8338, leave a message and a Spanish speaker will return your call.



    Need a Voters’ Guide? Now Available in English and Spanish

    EnglishPrint Version - Candidate responses in their own words. Printed copies can be picked up on county libraries & community centers.

    EnglishExpanded 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.

    Maryland Primary Election July 19

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    How to Vote - Choose one

    1. Vote by Mail - Apply for a mail-in ballot by July 12
    2. Early Voting -Thursday, July 7 to Thursday, July 14
    3. Go to the Polls on Election Day -Tuesday, July 19

    Vote in person from 7am – 8pm at your assigned precinct polling place

    Need More Help? - Go to Voter Look Up

    • Review your voter registration.
    • Find out where to vote.
    • Check the status of your mail-in or provisional ballot.
    • Find out your voting districts and much more.

    Or   Montgomery County Board of Elections or 240-777-8550

    Find a Candidate Forum? Click Here

    Not registered to vote?
    For quick tips on eligibility and how to register, watch one or more of our short videos HERE


    Third Annual Professional Development Workshop for Teachers
    “Civil Discourse in the Classroom”

    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.

    Register HERE (Registration deadline July 24, 2022 & capped at 30)
    Workshop details.

    Save The Date
    Saturday, August 13, 2022
    10:00 am to 11:30 am


    How to Integrate Equity, Transit, Land-Use & Transportation Resiliency for Regional Advocacy

    More information on speakers and registration here. Public welcome.

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    Recordings of our forums and presentations can be found on our YouTube channel. Be sure to Like, Comment and Share while you are there!