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Storify: Rolling Precinct Figures From D.C. Primary

The District of Columbia's April 3 primary election includes presidential, congressional and Council seats. In the D.C. Council races, there will be elections for an at-large member, and members representing Wards 2, 4, 7 and 8. Find out where to vote and check your registration status.

  • At-Large race: Vincent Orange, Dr. Rev. E. Gail Anderson Holness, Peter Shapiro, Sekou Biddle
  • Ward 4: Judi Jones, Max Skolnik, Baruti Jani, Renee L. Bowser, Calvin "Gurley", Muriel E. Bowser
  • Ward 7: Kevin B. Chavous, Tom Brown, William Rev. Bill Bennett II, Yvette M. Alexander, Monica L. Johnson, Dorothy Douglas
  • Ward 8: Marion Barry, Jacque D. Patterson, Darrell Danny Gaston, Natalie Williams, S.S. Sandra Seegars

Before the polls close at 8 p.m., here are the latest rolling precinct numbers, via Twitter:

 

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