Making Democracy Work

The Queen Anne's 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.


Our Nineteenth Annual Meeting was held in person!

Click Here for pictures and a Newspaper article about our special speaker, John Lewis, Head of Gunston School, written by reporter Luke Parker.


John Lewis, Speaker at LWVQAC Annual Meeting



Voter Registration & Information Events


            LWVQAC at the Juneteenth Celebration 

410 Little Kidwell Avenue, Centreville, Maryland

Saturday, June 12, 2022, 11 am to 3 pm. 



VR Activities

Want to Volunteer?


   Help with Voter Registration before the Maryland general  election. 

Other Opportunities to help with Voter Registration include Kent Island Farmers Markets, and other upcoming events.  For more information click on the above Volunteer link.




                       Dedicated volunteers helping Chesapeake College students register to vote on National Registration Day, September 24, 2021. 

                                     LWVQAC President Patricia Jamison and member Trippe Callahan represented our QAC League!




Centreville Day, October 23, 2021 Voter Registration Activity! 



A Voter registration event was held on  Saturday, November 6, 2021 at Make a Difference Day, Sudlersville Senior Center.  League member volunteers provided information about voting, membership, and other material pertaining to our League's nonpartisanship policy.




Movie:  The Vote for Women

Produced and directed by our LWVQAC President, Dr. Patricia Jamison, and QACTV Station Manager George Harvey, this YouTube video includes our own Founding Board Members Mary Campbell and Joyce Woodford. Mary and Joyce relate personal experiences of their ancestors in the fight for Voter Rights for Women!

This is the story of the role of the suffragettes in the passing of the 19th Amendment and the founding of the League of Women Voters (LWV), as told through stories of women whose ancestors had to struggle for voting rights. The public needs to be reminded of what the suffragettes fought for and why the LWV was founded, to ensure that voters are informed when they go to the polls to vote. Empowering voters defends democracy and democracy is worth fighting for!