Posts Tagged ‘D.C. Board of Elections and Ethics’

Where the Special Ballots Were

The final count for the Democratic primary for the at-large D.C. Council seat now held by Vincent Orange won't be back for 10 days, because election officials have to tally up 3,830 absentee ballots. Also waiting to be counted: Provisional ballots, ballots cast "curbside" by disabled voters, and some absentee ballots that were mailed out [...]

Dear Votemaster: If You Vote With a Special Ballot

My residency has changed in the past couple years. I think that my voter registration is in order, but what can I expect at the polls on Tuesday from voting officials in case they need to verify my identity and residency?
First off, you can check your voter registration against the D.C. Board of Elections and [...]

Dear Votemaster: More on Early Voting, Checking Voter Registration

I hear there are more early-voting centers opening up this weekend. Where are they located?
That's right: If you don't want head down to One Judiciary Square (441 4th St. NW) to cast an early ballot, four additional early-voting locations will be opening up on Saturday and will remain open through the Sept. 14 primary vote. [...]

Dear Votemaster: Is There a Paper Trail?

Dear Votemaster: I still don't trust those blasted electronic voting machines!

Is there a paper ballot I can use to ensure my vote is counted during the upcoming primary?
A reasonable concern, at least for anyone who's ever had their electronic equipment go haywire on them for no reason at all (and yes, we're talking about [...]