In-person absentee voting started yesterday in D.C. for the November 4 general election. You can vote in-person at Judiciary Square at 441 4th Street NW, at the DC Board of Elections and Ethics (DCBOEE). You can get there by Metro; the Judiciary Square Metro stop on the Red Line is at 4th and E NW. This release from DCBOEE:
The District of Columbia Board of Elections and Ethics reminds all eligible voters in the District that in-person absentee voting begins on Monday, October 20, 2008. DC BOEE Acting Executive Director Sylvia Goldsberry-Adams stated, “The Board hopes that all citizens who will be unable to come to their assigned polling location on November 4th will be able to cast an absentee ballot either in person or by mail.”
Registered voters wishing to vote an absentee ballot may request a ballot by mail or vote in-person at the Board’s office at One Judiciary Square (441 4th Street, NW Suite 205-North). Mail in requests must be received by Tuesday, October 28th.
Voters wishing to vote in-person absentee at the Board’s office may do so from 8:30 a.m. until 4:45 p.m. between Monday, October 20, and Monday, November 3 (including Saturdays but not Sundays).
For more information on absentee voting or any other election-related matter, the public is invited to visit the Board’s website at www.dcboee.org or call (202) 727-2525 (TDD 202-639-8916).