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.
Vote411.org is now live for the 2018 Primary Election, with all the candidates’ responses to questions posed by the League. Vote411.org contains other useful voting information on a year-round basis. Enter your address for personalized voting information.
The League of Women Voters of Montgomery County—Citizen Education Fund 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.
Videos from Candidate Forums
Promotional Videos for the Voters’ Guide
Light-hearted perspectives from some “historical figures” on why you should use the Voters’ Guide. YouTube videos produced by the League of Women Voters of Maryland.
Voters’ Guides and Related Information
The online Voters’ Guide, vote411.org is now live. Type in your address and read candidate responses to League questions for candidates who will be on your ballot. The Voters’ Guide for the 2018 Primary Election will be posted here in mid to late May 2018.