Posts Tagged ‘voting’

Precinct Reshuffle Could Mean Long Walks for Voters

Earlier this month, a representative from the D.C. Board of Elections came to a Dupont Circle Advisory Neighborhood Commission meeting to explain the BOE’s new voter precinct plan. The reaction came quickly: The commission didn't like it.
“Isn’t this somehow counter-productive as hell to get people to vote?” says 2B06 Commissioner Mike Silverstein.
Silverstein and other commissioners [...]

Find Your Polling Place Here

Not sure where to vote, or who will be on the ballot when you get there? Thanks to Google's new Voter Information Project, you can figure that all out online. Enter your address below to get the details. Remember, polls in D.C. and Maryland close at 8 p.m., and in Virginia at 7 p.m.
To read [...]

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 [...]

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: What’s Up With Early Voting?

With changes initiated by the Omnibus Election Reform Act of 2009, D.C. voters will be confronting a few new ballot procedures and ways to ease the voting process for the upcoming Sept. 14 primary. Early voting will start Monday!
Between now and the primary, we'll explore a number of questions we think many voters will have [...]