Elections

2018 Elections

The following contests will appear on the ballot for the November 6, 2018 General Election:

  • Delegate to the United States House of Representatives
  • Mayor of the District of Columbia
  • Chairman of the Council of the District of Columbia
  • At-large Member of the Council of the District of Columbia
  • Ward Member of the Council of the District of Columbia (Wards 1, 3, 5 & 6)
  • Attorney General of the District of Columbia
  • United States Senator
  • United States Representative
  • Ward Member of the State Board of Education (Wards 1, 3, 5 & 6)
  • Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner 

Eligible voters in the November 6, 2018 General Election:

All registered voters in the District of Columbia are eligible to vote.

Frequently requested information:

Calendar of important dates and deadlines The following contest will appear on the ballot for the December 4, 2018 Special Election:
  • Ward 4 Member of the State Board of Education
Eligible voters in the December 4, 2018 Special Election:
  • Ward 4 registered voters only.
Frequently requested information:

Calendar of important dates and deadlines

The District of Columbia held a Primary Election on June 19, 2018. Election results are available here

The following contests appeared on the ballot for the June 19, 2018 Primary Election:
 
  • Delegate to the United States House of Representatives
  • Mayor of the District of Columbia
  • Chairman of the Council of the District of Columbia
  • At-large Member of the Council of the District of Columbia
  • Ward Member of the Council of the District of Columbia (Wards 1, 3, 5 & 6)
  • Attorney General of the District of Columbia
  • United States Senator
  • United States Representative
  • National and Local Party Committee Members (Held at the Request of the Eligible Parties)
  • Initiative Measure Number 77 - District of Columbia Minimum Wage Amendment Act of 2017: If enacted, this initiative will gradually increase the minimum wage in the District of Columbia to $15 hourly by 2020; gradually increase the minimum wage for tipped employees so that they receive the same minimum wage directly from their employer as other employees by 2026; Beginning in 2021, require minimum wage to increase yearly in proportion to increases in the consumer price index. The minimum wage increases under the initiative will not apply to DC government employees or employees of D.C. government contractors.
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