A Guide Made for Howard County Voters

October 12, 2020

Be Prepared for the Polls With This Voters’ Guide

 

We know you care about this community, and you deserve to have your voice heard. What better way to do that than a little voter education, right?

 

Once again, the League of Women Voters (LWV) of Howard County is providing its free non-partisan voters’ guide. 

 

What to expect in the voters’ guide

The LWV reaches out to candidates on the ballot and publishes their responses verbatim. This year’s guide covers:

  • COVID-19 recovery
  • Top priorities in the first 100 days
  • Racial injustice
  • Immigration
  • Healthcare

 

CA usually provides those guides at our facilities, but due to COVID-19 precautions, we’re limiting any paper fliers and brochures we hand out.

 

There are still multiple ways to access the guide.

 

In-person

You can pick up a voters’ guide from October 26 through November 2, 7am to 8pm, any of these Early Voting Center locations in Howard County:

 

  • Marriotts Ridge High School gym
  • Meadowbrook Athletic Complex multi-purpose room
  • Long Reach High School gym
  • Wilde Lake High School cafeteria and gym
  • Reservoir High School gym

You can also vote early at any of the Early Voting Center locations starting October 26.

 

Online

The LWV has also published its voters’ guide online with all of the same information as the physical guide booklet. You can access the online version of the guide by clicking here.

 

League of Women Voters of Howard County Voters' Guide

 

What’s on my ballot? 

The LWV is also holding a virtual meeting on November’s election, including proposed amendments to the Howard County charter and the Maryland constitution. It will also cover how to use Vote411 to make informed decisions.

 

You can sign up for that informational session by clicking here.

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