Katherine Dunbar made maximum use of her cramped Precinct 25 voting booth when she cast her ballot this afternoon. Dunbar was joined at her polling place, the Goodwill Baptist Church at 1862 Kalorama Road NW, by two valued consultants: Perry Levitch (age "twelve-and-three-days") and Esme Levitch ("Well, I'll be nine in February") in her Precinct [...]
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John L. Hoban
Precinct 35 voters exiting the polls around 4 p.m. at Adams Morgan's Iglesia Festival, 1640 Columbia Rd. NW
Irina Van Dusen
Ben's Chili Bowl is an epicenter of District Obama supporters. Nearly every employee wears a button—or twelve. Everyone's expecting a clear win for Ben's favorite candidate. But what are they going to do if McCain wins? I spoke to D.C. residents enjoying their election day lunch at Ben's to find out their worst case scenarios.
Scenes from this morning’s poll outside Iglesia Festival, 1640 Columbia Rd. NW
Outside the City Paper's polling place, Iglesia Festival, 1640 Columbia Rd., 9:30 a.m. At 10 a.m., Precinct Captain Paul Motsuk said 1,050 people had voted there so far.
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Goodwill Baptist Church, 1862 Kalorama Road NW
Ward 1, Precinct 25
1. 6:04 a.m.
2. 6:50 a.m.
9 a.m. at the 15th Street Presbyterian Church, 1701 15th St. NW.