Vote! courtesy of ktpupp, Flickr

Today is the date of the special election for the At-large Council seat: while I don’t have time to summarize the 9 candidates, DCist has a great round-up, and do read Martin Austermuhle’s  blog about the election to get informed.

Polls opened at 7 a.m. and will stay open until 8 p.m. All polling locations are open, and you can find where you’re supposed to vote on the DC BOEE website.

This election will be decided by hundreds, if not tens of votes, so do vote – your vote really will matter.

Vote! courtesy of ktpupp, Flickr

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know that the hotly contested primary campaign is coming to an end, as today is election day. As you know, the primary really is the election for the heavily-Democratic District. Note: you can only vote if you are registered as a Democrat, Republican, or with the Green party – you can’t vote if you’re an independent. But you can register for your party of choice at your voting place and then vote.

You can find out where you’re supposed to vote here. Polls opened at 7 am and close at 8 pm.

wrote a primer on the 3 Democratic candidates running for the Ward 1 Councilmember a few weeks ago. You can find plenty of information about the mayoral race, as well as the councilmember-at-large races.

Go out and vote!