Make them pay

mobilizing Our Voting Power

Policy is a contributing factor to much of what happens to us and our families. If we don’t vote for those who cater to our agenda, then we will continue to get left behind because the squeaking wheel always gets the oil. Our goal is to mobilize and show people our power as we have come to the conclusion “If You Don’t Love US, You Don’t Want US! We must make it clear that those who don’t work in our best interest must be removed from power because we clearly have the power if we come together and use it. “Make Them Pay”.

In light of the spread of COVID-19, all registered voters will be mailed a ballot however we encourage our network to request an absentee (mail-in) ballot for the June Primary & Special Elections. Applications for absentee ballot requests can be obtained by calling the DC Board of Elections at (202) 741-5283, faxing, or emailing the Board, or they can be made online by proceeding to our main website.

2020 ELECTION SCHEDULE

In light of the spread of COVID-19, 20 vote centers will open throughout the District beginning May 22, 2020 and will remain open through June 2, 2020. Social distancing measures will be enforced at all vote centers. All locations will open from 8:30am until 7pm, including on Election Day. The usual 144 precincts will NOT open on Election Day.

For the June 16, 2020 Ward 2 Special Election, vote centers will open beginning Friday, June 12 and will remain open through Election Day. Social distancing measures will be enforced at all vote centers.

More information coming and we encourage you to vote and sign up to be one of our voting ambassadors.

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