Election Info

This year, all registered voters will receive a ballot and dropboxes are set up across the city. You can drop your ballot in the mail or at any dropbox. The closest dropboxes to us are at Stead Park and the Reeves Center.

Check out the full list of dropboxes to find the most convenient option for you!

Once, you’ve sent your ballot off, make sure you sign up for automated alerts from the Board of Elections to know where your ballot is and confirm when it is received.

If you choose to mail your ballot, your vote will count as long as your ballot is postmarked on or before November 3rd.

If you need to vote in person, you can find more information here. Early voting is underway and runs through November 2nd, including this weekend. You can vote at ANY Early Vote Center.

Make a plan to vote, and keep in touch!

Advisory Neighborhood Commissioners are elected every two years and are on the General Election ballot. I am running for SMD 2B04, which is a square with 17th St NW on the west, S St NW in the north, 15th St NW on the east, and Q St on the south.

Map of 2B04

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About the ANC

ANC 2B

The Dupont Circle Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC) 2B has nine seats, represented by nine Single Member Districts (SMD).

Incumbent

Commissioner Aaron Landry is the incumbent and is not running for reelection but he has endorsed my campaign. If you live in SMD 2B04, this election is for you!

History

ANCs came from the District of Columbia Home Rule Act of 1973 to advise District agencies on neighborhood changes.