District of Columbia
about this state
Washington, D.C. One day, you'll be able to vote for your own representatives. Today is not that day. Today is the day you help save America, though. District of Columbia will have two main elections in 2022. Its primary election will take place on June 21, and the general will be held on November 8. Here's what you need to know about Election Day in the District. (Source: Ballot Ready)BE A VOTER
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