District of Columbia Clerks maintain public records for a county or local government in District of Columbia. In some states, Clerks play a role in carrying out public elections, working in connection with Boards of Elections and the District of Columbia State election commissions. Clerks can process District of Columbia voter registration applications and verify whether an individual is eligible to vote, and they maintain up-to-date lists of registered voters. District of Columbia Clerks may also provide online information about how to register to vote or where to vote. Citizens may also be able to register to vote at a Clerk's Office.
District Of Columbia Clerk Washington DC 430 E Street Northwest 20001 360-577-3016
District of Columbia Boards of Elections are responsible for carrying out public elections, and one of their duties is to process District of Columbia voter registration applications submitted by citizens in District of Columbia. A Board of Elections certifies eligible voters in their particular jurisdiction and maintains an up-to-date list of registered voters in District of Columbia . They also verify voter information and may contact registered voters to keep District of Columbia voter list information current. Boards of Elections are usually operated at the county or local level, and may be known as a Board of Registrars.
District Of Columbia Board of Elections Washington DC 441 4 ½ Street Northwest 20001 202-727-2525