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Elections and Voting in the Washington, DC Area

Find information about elections and voting in Washington, DC, Maryland and Virginia. Exercise your right to vote and take advantage of a variety of resources to help you make educated decisions.

Elections and Voting in Washington, DC, Maryland and Virginia
Find out how to register to vote in Washington, DC, Maryland and Virginia, voter registration information for general elections and primary elections in the Washington, DC area

Voting by Absentee Ballot
Find out how to vote by absentee ballot in Washington, DC, Maryland and Virginia.

Political Parties and Their Local Branches
Find out about the Political Parties and their local Branches in Washington, DC, Maryland and Virginia, Find out more about the Republican Party, the Democratic Party and many third parties.

DC Mayor Election 2010
The Mayor of DC is elected to a four-year term with no term limits. Learn about the 2010 Mayor Election, including information about voting and profiles of the DC mayor candidates.

The Electoral College and the National Archives
Learn how the Electoral College is Administered. Most Americans know that the National Archives preserves historical documents such as the Declaration of Independence, the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights. But a little known function of the National Archives is the administration of the Electoral College by the Office of the Federal Register.

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