The League of Women Voters of Howard County have released their Voters’ Guide for the 2020 General Election. Here is a little information about it:

The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan organization of men and women working to pro- mote political responsibility through informed and active participation in government. The League does not support any candidate or political party. Materials from this Guide may not be reproduced in whole or in part without permission from the League. The League assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions.

PLEASE NOTE: In keeping with League policy, the candidates’ answers in the Voters’ Guide appear as submitted. Thus, some misspellings and typing errors may appear. If answers exceeded the specified character limitation, the additional words were cut from the end of the candidate’s statement.

The Voters’ Guide includes only the names of the candidates on the official ballot certified by state and local officials. Some candidates may have withdrawn since the material was compiled, and not every candidate listed in the the Guide will appear on every ballot.


Thanks to all candidates who replied to the League of Women Voters questionnaire.

Here is the guide (click image to view PDF):

For more election information (especially on the Howard County Board of Education races) be sure to check out this page:

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