The DC Board of Elections and Ethics has included the November 6 Special Election Ballot on the back side of the General Election Ballot. Please remember to vote both sides for the ballot initiatives and the DC Council Chairman race.

District of Columbia’s Early Voting begins Monday 22 October and ends Saturday 3 November at DCBOEE Offices at 441 Fourth Street NW (Judiciary Square Metro / Red Line). At local ward voting centers, early voting begins Saturday 27 October and ends Saturday 3 November.

Monday 22 October – Friday 27 October
8:30am – 7pm
Old Council Chambers
One Judiciary Square (Ward 2)
441 4th Street NW
(Judiciary Square Metro / Red Line)

Saturday 27 October – Saturday 3 November
8:30am – 7pm
(Closed Sunday, October 28)
Old Council Chambers
One Judiciary Square (Ward 2)
441 4th Street NW
(Judiciary Square Metro / Red Line)

Alternatively, you can also vote at satellite locations (one in each Ward).

Ward 1
Columbia Heights Community Center
1480 Girard Street NW

Ward 3
Chevy Chase Community Center
5601 Connecticut Avenue NW

Ward 4
Takoma Community Center
300 Van Buren Street NW

Ward 5
Turkey Thicket Recreation Center
1100 Michigan Avenue NE

Ward 6
King Greenleaf Recreation Center
201 N Street SW

Ward 7
Dorothy Height / Benning Library
3935 Benning Road NE

Ward 8
Southeast Tennis and Learning Center
701 Mississippi Avenue SE

Register to vote here. Your mailed application must be postmarked by the 30th day prior to an election (Saturday, October 6, 2012) for you to be eligible to cast a ballot; after that date, you can only register to vote in person.

View and/or update your voter information here.

Locate your polling place here.

Find out the names of the Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner candidates running for your single member district here.

Phil ran for a seat on his Advisory Neighborhood Commission in 1979 and continued to serve as an ANC Commissioner, for 20 years, until he took office as an At-Large member of the Council. The local officials you elect November 6 will guide the will have considerable influence over quality of life issues in your community and represent you on District wide issues.

Find more information about the November 6, 2012 Special Election on the DC Board of Elections and Ethics web site here.