The League of Women Voters Education Fund prepares a non-partisan electronic guide for voters at vote411.org. From an electronic device, you can see the races on your ballot, compare candidates' positions side-by-side, and print out a sample "ballot" showing your choices. Please note, although you can use this print-out while voting, electronic devices are not allowed in the polling place in Maryland.
Closer to the 2020 elections, vote411.org will contain candidates’ responses to questions posed by the League. Vote411.org offers other useful voting information all year long. Enter your address for personalized voting information.
The League of Women Voters of Montgomery County publishes a non-partisan Voters' Guide a month before the primary and general elections. The Guide contains unedited candidate statements and, for the general election, explanations of the ballot questions. Printed copies are available at Montgomery County Public Libraries, some county facilities, senior and community centers, the League office, and online at lwvmocomd.org. Call 301-984-9585 for more details. A Spanish edition is being planned for the 2020 primary election
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To receive a copy of the 2020 Voters' Guide or an email letting you know when candidate information is available online in VOTE411.org, provide your contact information here. [Link coming soon.]
Voters' Guides and Related Information
- Voters' Guide 2018 General Election – Print edition that is available in county libraries and other locations as a 48 page tabloid newspaper. Contains abbreviated candidate information.
- Voters' Guide Expanded Edition – Supplement to the print edition. Contains the candidates' responses to ALL of the League questions asked for ALL the offices on the 2018 General Election ballot.
- Guía de Votantes - Información en español sobre la elección primaria, sobre las candidaturas en la boleta, las preguntas a los candidatos, y la lista de candidatos.