VOTE411 & Voters' Guide Just enter your address and you can learn about candidates on your ballot and what they have to say in response to ALL of the League questions. Answers are in English and Spanish (where provided.) Candidate responses are available four weeks prior to an election. You can also register to vote via VOTE411 and find other useful election information for your state.

Voters' Guide in English

Voters’ Guide 2022 General Election – Information about election procedures, all offices on the ballot, candidate responses to questions posed by the League, and explanations of ballot questions.  Printed copies will be available in public libraries and community centers.

Voters’ Guide 2022 General Election, Expanded Edition – Contains candidate responses to ALL questions posed by the League. Some questions and answers were not printed in the paper edition due to space limitations.

Guía de Votantes en Español

Guía de Votantes 2022 Elecciónes Generales, Edición Impresa – Información sobre las Elecciones Generales en Maryland, las candidaturas en la boleta, las respuestas de los candidatos a la mayoría de las preguntas planteadas por la Liga, y explicación de las preguntas de la boleta. Guía publicada como un Suplemento de El Tiempo Latino en la edición de octubre 14. Número limitado de copias disponibles en ciertas bibliotecas.

Candidate Forums

Learn about the candidates by “attending” a candidate forum online.


  • Who are the candidates?
  • What are their important issues?
  • Vote for four candidates on Election Day

League-sponsored forums for other offices will be listed in VOTE411 as they are scheduled or video recordings are available.

Voter Hotline

Have questions about the election? Call our Voter Hotline on 301-984-9585 from October 3 to November 8, Monday – Friday, from 10am to 4pm. An experienced League member will be available to answer your questions.

Research Report by LWVMC on Voters’ Guide

A League research report shows that Voters’ Guide users are more confident than those who rely on other sources of candidate information and are also more likely to vote in every contest on the ballot. Read the full study to learn how delivering the Voters’ Guide to newly registered voters and voters in low-turnout precincts affected voter participation. (Download Report | Appendices)

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