League of Women Voters of Montgomery County, MD
March 30: Trending Topics—Board of Education Candidates' Forum
Montgomery County District 4 candidates and At-Large candidates for the MoCo Board of Education will be present for conversation and questions. Monday, March 30 from 6:30-9:00pm at Carver Auditorium (Hungerford Dr., Rockville). The public is welcome to the free event. More info here.
March 8-16: Discussion Groups
March Discussion Groups will talk trash. Waste Management “experts” will answer questions like “What does it cost to pick up trash? Where does it go? Who pays? How can MoCo improve?” Everyone welcome. Join one of the seven Discussion Groups around the County.
- Go to Annapolis on March 4 (LWVMD Legislative Day) and lobby the 32 MoCo legislators on League priority issues. More info. Contact Linda: email@example.com
- Interview MoCo life-time members; help assemble "our stories" in celebration of the League's centennial: 1919-2020. More info. Contact Barbara: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Support redistricting reform bill D-20 "Fair Maps Act." More info.
- Be a polling place observer on Primary election day, April 28. Confirm election procedures are faithfully followed. Some training required. Contact email@example.com
✔ Census Day is April 1, 2020.
✔ Notices and forms will arrive in the mail in March 2020; includes info for accessing the online form.
✔ Participation is mandatory.
✔ Census reporting is done online (residents may apply to report in alternate ways) and is easy, safe, and quick.
✔ Montgomery County is training Census Ambassadors to help make sure everyone is counted. Become a volunteer.
✔ LWVMC members will assist seniors in completing the online Census from March 16-April 15 at selected independent living communities and community centers.Some training required. More info. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alice Hostetler, LWVMC President, 1942-43
Alice Hostetler was a civic leader in Montgomery County. She was president of the Montgomery County League of Women Voters 1942-43 and was elected a member of the Maryland House of Delegates for 1961-62 and 1966. (Montgomery County Archives) Read more about Alice, and other LWVMC profiles here.