D.C. Election Board Currently Without Quorum
Chairman of the board steps down
The D.C. election board is down to one member, which could affect September's primary.
Already down one member for more than a year, Chairman Errol Arthur is stepping down Aug. 2 to take a position as a magistrate judge with D.C. Superior Court, the Washington Examiner reported.
That means the three-member board needs a new member to reach a quorum to certify the votes in the Sept. 14 primary.
Errol said he notified the mayor's office last week.
Published at 6:17 PM EDT on Jul 21, 2010 | Updated at 8:03 PM EDT on Jul 21, 2010
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