How to Vote

General Election

November 3, 2020
 
The winner of this election will be Ward 2’s Councilmember for a four-year term on the DC Council. You may vote for Councilmember Brooke Pinto in this election regardless of your party affiliation.

General Election Countdown Clock:

Every registered voter will receive a mail-in ballot. You may drop your ballot off at a ballot drop box, send it back in the mail, or vote in person at an early voting site or on Election Day.

General Election Ballot Drop Boxes

Every registered voter will receive a ballot in the mail.
You may drop off your voted mail-in ballot in ANY Ballot Drop Box at ANY time, before 8:00 pm on Election Day, November 3, 2020.
You can also mail in your ballot using the included postmarked envelope.


Ward 2 Locations:

Foggy Bottom/GWU Metro (Available October 8, 2020): 2301 I Street NW
Martin Luther King Jr. Library: 901 G Street NW Stead Recreation Center: 1625 P Street NW
West End Library: 2031 L Street NW
Georgetown Library: 3260 R Street NW

 

Early Voting Centers

Capital One Arena: 601 F Street NW
Hardy Middle School: 1819 35th Street NW
School Without Walls at Francis Stevens: 2425 N Street NW
 
For the general election, early voting begins on Tuesday, October 27th and voting locations will be open between 8:30am and 7pm. On election day, November 3rd, voting locations will be open between 7am and 8pm. The DC Board of Elections strongly recommends that voters vote by mail instead. Voting by mail is the safest way to vote.

Election Day Voting Centers

Capital One Area: 601 F Street NW
Duke Ellington High School: 3500 R Street NW 
Foundry United Church: 1500 16th Street NW
Hardy Middle School: 1819 35th Street NW
Reeves Municipal Center: 2000 14th St NW
School Without Walls at Francis Stevens: 2425 N Street NW
School Without Walls High School: 2310 G Street NW
 
** You must wear a mask at all voting locations** 
 
ADDITIONAL DETAILS CAN BE FOUND AT DCBOE.ORG