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Voting centers open for the D.C. primary election

Election facilities opened throughout the District Friday for early voting within the D.C. Primary, which is scheduled for June 2.

Although the D.C. Board of Elections is encouraging residents to vote by mail to cut back the chance of coronavirus transmission, the board has opened a number of voting facilities in every ward for individuals who would moderately vote in individual. Residents might vote at any middle, regardless of which ward they reside in.

The following facilities can be open on daily basis 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. via June 1, however are closed on Memorial Day. On June 2, the facilities can be open from 7: a.m. to eight p.m.:

  • Columbia Heights Community Center in Ward 1
  • Prince Hall Center for Performing Arts in Ward 1
  • Hardy Middle School in Ward 2
  • One Judiciary Square in Ward 2
  • Murch Elementary School in Ward 3
  • Oyster Adams Middle School in Ward 3
  • Ida B. Wells Middle School in Ward 4
  • Raymond Recreation Center in Ward 4
  • Emery Heights Community Center in Ward 4
  • Turkey Thicket Recreation Center in Ward 5
  • McKinley Technical High School in Ward 5
  • Kennedy Recreation Center in Ward 6
  • King Greenleaf Recreation Center in Ward 6
  • Sherwood Recreation Center in Ward 6
  • Benning Stodert Community Center in Ward 7
  • Deanwood Community Center in Ward 7
  • Hillcrest Recreation Center in Ward 7
  • Anacostia High School in Ward 8
  • Malcom X Opportunity Center in Ward 8
  • Barry Farm Recreation Center in Ward 8
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