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.
Your League was busy for the 2022 General Elections
We thank those who participated in our Voters' Guide Survey and provided us with valuable input!
Check out 2022 Election Results Maryland State Board of Elections
Next General Elections – Tuesday, November 5, 2024
Defending Democracy Fundraiser
Join us for an Evening of Entertainment
Monday, March 27, 2023
5pm to 7pm
Round House Theatre, Bethesda
4545 East-West Highway
Bethesda, MD 20814
Music, Wine & Cheese, Raffle Prizes!
Register here on Eventbrite
- Djangolaya: an acoustic jazz group, part French café, New Orleans jazz, Latin nightclub
- Celebrate the mission of LWVMC
- Raffle tickets available on Eventbrite and at the door
- Meet and honor LWVMC “Defenders of Democracy”
We wish to express our appreciation to the following locations for helping us to Make Democracy Work® by supporting our fundraising through the sale of our 2023 League calendars.
Please show your support by patronizing these merchants and letting the municipalities know that we are grateful for their assistance.
- Bethesda Co-op
- Bradley Party & Variety
- Brookville Pharmacy
- Edna’s Cleaners
- Friendship Heights Village Community Center
- Glen Echo Hardware
- Glen Echo Pharmacy
- Gold Castle Jewelers
- Grosvenor Market
- Legacy Hair Salon
- Shoe Train
- Somerset (Town Of) Town Hall
- Strosniders Hardware Bethesda
- Strosniders Hardware Kensington
- Strosniders Hardware Potomac
Still need a 2023 League Calendar? click here.
Inequities in Access to Healthcare:
Can Legislative Initiatives Make a Difference in Montgomery County?
Monday, March 20, 2023, 7:00 p.m. EDT, Webinar
VINCENT DE MARCO – President, Maryland Citizen’s Health Initiative
JOANNA FABIAN-MARKS – Director of Policy and Plan Management, Maryland Health Benefit Exchange
SONYA J. BRUTON – President and CEO, Community Clinic in Silver Spring
In Montgomery County, nearly 74,000 adults and more than 8,000 children in the County are the uninsured while early 118,000 adults are underinsured. These residents are disproportionately people of color as well as immigrants and refugees who are ineligible for many government programs aimed at closing the coverage gap. Learn what can be done to better address the problem.
FREE. PUBLIC ALWAYS WELCOME.
Register here for the Zoom presentation with opportunity for Q&A.
Watch Live on Facebook here!
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