How to Vote

Elections:

Primary Election (June 2nd, 2020):
 
The winner of this election will be the Democratic nominee for the November 3rd, 2020 general election for the four-year term on the DC Council. You can vote for Brooke in this election if you are a registered Democrat in Washington, D.C.
Special Election (June 16th, 2020):
 
The winner of this election will serve as Ward 2 Councilmember for the remaining six months of the term left vacant by the previous Ward 2 Councilmember after he resigned following 97 counts of ethics violations. You may vote for Brooke in this election regardless of your party affiliation.

Primary Election Countdown Clock:

Special Election Countdown Clock:

Primary Election:

We are proud and confident to say that we have won the Ward 2 Democratic Primary! We could not have done this without every single one of you. 
 
For those of you who have reached out with questions about your ballot, see information below on how to track your vote. 

If you voted by SPECIAL BALLOT, check the status of your vote in the link below. 

CHECK THE STATUS OF YOUR SPECIAL BALLOT HERE

In case you’re unclear if you voted by special ballot, these might be reasons you’d have used one:
1. Requested an absentee ballot but voted in person
2. Voted curbside
3. Voted outside of normal voting hours
4. Claimed to have a different party affiliation
5. Was asked to submit a ballot over email

 

If you voted by MAIL-IN BALLOT, which is how most people in Ward 2 voted, please check the status of your vote in the link below. 
CHECK THE STATUS OF YOUR MAIL-IN BALLOT


Reach out to my Campaign Manager, Ella, at ella@brookepintoforward2.com, if you have any questions or concerns.

Special Election:

The Ward 2 Council seat is currently vacant due to Jack Evans’ resignation. Vote to fill the vacancy from July 2020 to January 2021.

Vote By Mail:

You must request a mail-in ballot for the Special Election by June 9th. Fill out your ballot, stuff and seal your envelope using the provided adhesive, and return the ballot using the provided postage. You can also return your ballot to Hardy Middle School or One Judiciary Square once early voting begins. Your ballot must be postmarked on or before June 16th. You can track your ballot online here. If you do not receive your ballot before election day, you can call the Board of Elections at (202) 727-2525 and/or go vote at an early voting location, which will close at 8pm on election day.
 

OR

Vote in Person:

Due to the COVID-19 crisis, most voting locations have been closed. You can vote only vote at the two open Ward 2 voting locations for the special election. 
 
**You must wear a mask at all voting locations**

For the special election, early voting begins on June 12th and voting locations will be open between 8:30am and 7pm. On election day, June 16th, 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.