Posts Tagged ‘election day’

District Line Daily: Election Day

Officials are optimistic for higher voter turnout.

Where to Vote Today

Remember, D.C. has same day voter registration.

District Line Daily: The Final Stretch

The mayoral candidates make their final campaign pleas Sunday.

District Line Daily: Election Day!

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Election Day has finally arrived: D.C. Polls opened today at 7 a.m. and close at [...]

How to Get Laid at a D.C. Election Party, According to Some Dude

Voting's pretty cool, what with the chance to change the country and all. Even at the local level, there are big decisions to make. But wouldn't it be cooler if it also led to sex?
That's the plan for pseudonymous Washington writer "Brett Hannons," who runs a blog about his sexploits. Hannons has come out with [...]

Voter Turnout Today Could Pass 2008 Total, Board of Elections Says

This might not surprise anyone who's been stuck in line at a polling place today, but D.C. is set to surpass the vote total from the 2008 election, according to the D.C. Board of Elections and Ethics.
"We have many more voters than we had in 2008," says DCBOEE spokeswoman Agnes Moss. While the DCBOEE doesn't [...]

Photo: Likely Voters

Precinct 40, Bancroft Elementary School, 1700 block of Newton Street NW, Nov. 6, 2012.