Loose Lips

Voting Ends Now!

The Gray campaign's request for a court order to extend voting by two hours was just denied by Judge Joan Zeldon, City Paper's Rend Smith reports from the D.C. Board of Elections and Ethics headquarters. Which means any minute now, polling places will begin the process of shutting down.

Reports from around the District make it sound like there are quite a few people still in line to vote in some spots, and they should still be able to cast a ballot before the primary ends.

Check back throughout the night for updates.

  • Truth Hurts

    A good judge denied a meritless, politically motivated request filed by your mayor-elect's homie and his Barry-era lawyer.

    Welcome to one city under gray.

  • Tom

    TH, what will you do when DC doesnt go back to the 80's? This is a standard move that happens in campaigns across the country, you should relax a little.

  • tired

    Thanks Tom, TH has had too much caffeine. WOW

  • Truth Hurts

    @ Tom: Sorry, but please link me and others to the last time it happened in a DC mayoral election. Ought to be a snap given that it's "a standard move".

    And DC won't go back to the 80's, nor would I hope for that. It's the next 4 to 8 years that I worry about.

  • Truth Hurts

    @ tired: google Gray's lawyer yet? Didn't think so. I haven't taken anything you've posted seriously for months because your posts generally are pretty dumb. Seriously.

  • Tom

    TH, His campaign manager is Mo Elleithee who has been on the national scene for nearly 2 decades so my point stands, as this has been a standard move with campaigns across the country. Thats all. Unlike Cherkis I will not continue a meaningless debate with you

  • Truth Hurts

    @ Tom: So you agree that Gray's the only DC mayoral candidate who has sued on election day. That's all.

    And by the way, you're the one who started this "meaningless debate". So I'm happy you "won't continue" what you began.