In local elections
Posts Tagged ‘Voting’
Rejoice, Twitteratos: taking pictures of your ballot in the District, like this guy did, isn't illegal, according to the Citizen Media Law Project. Unlike seven states, D.C. doesn't have a law forbidding photography in polling places.
Which doesn't mean your path to likes and Instagram hearts is totally clear, if you really have to take [...]
Precinct 40, Bancroft Elementary School, 1700 block of Newton Street NW, Nov. 6, 2012.
A student at American University explains in The Eagle why he's registered to vote in D.C.:
Why would students want to change their voter registrations to D.C.? The 2010 elections were, after all, some of the most significant Congressional midterm elections in recent years — except for here in the District, which doesn’t have any voting [...]
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.
No, this isn't a post about electoral college reform, or a diatribe about the inherent inequality of the winner-take-all system–although both complaints are sound.