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Early Voting in D.C. Begins Today

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Early Voting in D.C. Begins Today

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There are only 15 days left until the election, but D.C. residents can start voting right now. Early voting runs in the District from Oct. 22 to Nov. 3.

Where to vote? Today, all D.C. voters can cast a ballot at One Judiciary Square, 441 4th Street, NW.

Starting Oct. 27 through Nov. 3, D.C. voters can stop in at a specific, and hopefully more convenient, location in their ward, anytime from 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. (NOTE: If you live in Ward 2, your voter location is at One Judiciary Square.)

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 - Map

Ward 8 -- Southeast Tennis and Learning Center
701 Mississippi Avenue, SE

Maryland and Virginia also allow early voting -- sort of!

In Maryland, residents can start voting early on Oct. 27, no excuse needed. In Virginia, registered voters may cast an in-person absentee ballot ahead of the election, but they must first apply to do so. More information here.

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