Studies, Research, Consensus

Why We Do Studies: 

The positions of the League of Women Voters are adopted after a committee has conducted a study and produced fact sheets and consensus questions. Then members in each of the local Leagues meet to discuss and come to consensus on the issue. If consensus is not reached, the league maintains no position on the policy.

It's important to remember that the league policy and positions are reached through research, study, and consensus of an issue. The position resulting from each study allows the LWV to advocate and take action.

Voting Rights:


Other Issues:

 The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization that:
  • Encourages informed and active participation in government
  • Works to increase understanding of major public policy issues
  • Influences public policy through education & advocacy.

League of Women Voters of Baltimore County
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Baltimore, MD 21212
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