Voting by Mail
March 1 - March 25
Deadline to request: March 25
Request an Absentee Ballot
One Judiciary Square
March 17- March 29
All 13 Early Voting Centers
March 22 - March 29
Early Voting Center Information
2014 Primary Election Day
Tuesday, April 1
Find your Polling Place
Check Your Current Registration Status
At the Polling Place
Check out the Election Newsroom
CONTESTS ON THE BALLOT
Delegate to the U.S. House of Representatives
Mayor of the District of Columbia
Chairman of the Council
At-Large Member of the Council
Ward 1, 3, 5, and 6 Members of the Council
United States ("Shadow") Representative
United States ("Shadow") Senator
DC Democratic State Committee Offices
NEW MOBILE APP FOR VOTERS
Military and Overseas voters can download the app to register and request an absentee ballot.
Local voters can also use the app to get directions to polling places, register to vote, view the candidate list, and more. The Board's new mobile app is free via the Web and for all Apple and Android mobile phones.
EARLY VOTING WAIT TIMES
Beat the rush to the polls by using the "Q," the Board's new Web page that displays real-time updates on wait times at Early Voting Centers around the District.
Find out information on Early Vote Center addresses and get directions by stopping by the "Q".
EXPANSION OF VOTING EQUIPMENT
Touchscreen Voting: The Board is doubling the number of touchscreen voting machines on Election Day and expanding the number of touchscreens available at Early Voting.
ePollbook Implementation: Voters will no longer have to wait in alphabet lines as the Board will fully implement ePollbooks to look up all voters. This will be the first large-scale election using this equipment and will speed up the voting process on April 1st.