Local program items are adopted by the membership at the yearly annual meeting and are usually dealt with in the Units, where the consensus of each Unit is forwarded to the local Board. Once consensus is reached, a position on an issue is identified and the LWV uses these positions to advocate at all levels of government
The League of Women Voters of Howard County divides its positions into three core focus areas:
The League of Women Voters of Howard County is responsible for following the positions taken by LWVMD and LWVUS. If you’re interested in learning about the positions taken at the State and National levels, please follow the links below.