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Tuesday Last Day to Register to Vote

Tuesday, Oct. 13 is the last day to register on-line to vote in DC for the 2020 General Election.
Those who have not yet registered can do so online If you aren’t registered yet, but wish to be, follow the link below to complete and submit the online form:
If you don’t register to vote online, you can still register in-person at any Vote Center during early voting period (starting Oct. 27) or on Election Day.
If you have received your ballot, remember you can drop them in the US mail or you can take them to a DC Board of Elections Drop Box.
You can place your ballot in a drop box until 8 p.m. on Election Day Nov. 3rd (the red arrows will point to the slot).

Dates to Remember:

Oct 1 to 7: Vote-By-Mail ballots were expected to start arriving. They were sent to all registered voters.

Oct. 13: Deadline to register to vote. You can also register at the polls during early voting and on Election Day if you bring proof of residency.

Oct. 21: DCBOE says if you have not received a ballot by this day, you should prepare to vote in-person.

Oct. 27: Early voting opens.

Nov. 3: Election Day. Mail-in ballots must be postmarked or dropped in special drop-off ballot boxes by the end of this day.

Locations for Ward 6 Mail-In Ballot Drop-Off Boxes

  • Shaw (Watha T. Daniel) Library (1630 Seventh St. NW)
  • Northeast Library (330 Seventh St. NE)
  • Rosedale Library (1701 Gales St. NE)
  • Southwest Library (425 M St. SW)
  • Eastern Market (225 Seventh St. SE)
  • BOE Headquarters (1015 Half St. SE)
  • Northwest One Neighborhood Library (155 L St. NW)
  • Southeast Neighborhood Library (403 Seventh St. SE)

Ward 6 Early Voting Centers (Starting Oct 27 Until Nov. 3)

  • Washington Nationals Park – Concourse (1500 S. Capitol St. SE)
  • Walker-Jones Education Campus – Gym (1125 New Jersey Ave. NW)
  • Kennedy Recreation Center – Gym (1401 Seventh St. NW)
  • Sherwood Recreation Center – Gym (640 Tenth St. NE)

For more information on your ballot and the 2020 General Election visit www.dcboe.org

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