LWV of Washington County (MD)

The Washington County League of Women Voters is a non-partisan organization that encourages informed and active participation in government and works to increase understanding of national, state and local public policy through education and advocacy.

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League of Women Voters of Washington County
1117 Fairview Road
Hagerstown MD 21742

Telephone: 240-513-8126
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    Great Decisions 2023

    Next topic: Economic Warfare

    Waging economic warfare consists of a variety of measures from implementing sanctions to fomenting labor strikes. Such tools are utilized by states to hinder their enemies, and in the case of the United States have been used as far back as the early 19th century. Since Russia invaded Ukraine in February 2022, economic warfare has been the main means for the west to challenge Russia. How effective will these sanctions be at convincing Russia to cease its war? By Jonathan Chanis

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    General Election Information

    The Washington County League published its Voters Guide for the 2022 General Election (click the link in bold to download the Voters Guide) coming up on Tuesday, November 8, 2022 in time for distribution at our National Voter Registration Day events. Voters can go to www.vote411.org to see side-by-side comparisons of  candidate responses.

    The League is co-sponsoring the following election forums with the Washington County Chamber of Commerce. These forums are being video taped and we will be posting the links in this blog post once they have been uploaded to Antietam Cable's YouTube channel.  The League worked  with the Chamber's Government Affairs Committee to develop the questions that will be used.

    1. October 12 - County Commissioners
    2. October 19 - Delegation (manually advance in the  video recording as needed at the beginning)
    3. October 26, 6th Congressional District and
    4. November 2nd - Board of Education
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