Updated 10 a.m. Nov. 7
Georgetown's Precinct 5 and Glover Park's Precinct 11 closed just about on time, but Precinct 6 at Duke Ellington School was still registering voters when polls closed.
The last voter handed in his ballot around 9:30 p.m. Part of the reason for the late voter was a strong turnout among students registering the same day as the election. The numbers below from the Board of Election and Ethics website are not final as they do not include provisional ballots, many of which were cast in Precinct 6.
This list includes only the precincts in the 20007 ZIP code.
Presidential Race (Percent of Vote)
Third Party Candidates
5– Christ Church Georgetown
6 – Duke Ellington High School 68.91
11- Guy Mason Recreation Center76.55
At-Large District Council Race (Number of Votes)
6 – Duke Ellington High School 592
11- Guy Mason Recreation Center
Georgetown residents went to the polls to choose a president, at-large member of the District Council and to vote on several city-wide
For complete elections coverage on both national and local races and proposed charter amendments, see the Georgetown Patch Election section and check out our Voter Guide.
President Barack Obama, a Democrat, is running for re-election against former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, the GOP nominee in the presidential race.
The biggest local race for Georgetown area residents is for the two at-large seats on the District Council. Incumbents Michael A. Brown (Independent) and Vincent Orange (Democrat) are being challenged by Mary Brooks Beatty (Republican) A.J. Cooper (Independent), David Grosso (Independent), Leon J. Swain Jr (Independent) and Ann C. Wilcox (State Green Party). Voters can choose two.
Most other candidates on the ballot are running unopposed, to include Ward 2 Councilman Jack Evans and local advisory neighborhood commissioners.
In addition, DC voters are deciding on three charter amendments related to ethics on the District Council.