Go fill out a ballot and insert it into a box that looks roughly like this. (Matt Rourke/AP)

In other news:

Being Nate Bennett-Fleming (Post)

Can a 24-hour burger joint make it on 14th Street? Maybe not on weeknights. (Post)

Harry Jaffe is not expecting much turnout (Examiner)

Million Mustache March draws ... 200 (DCist)

Muriel Bowser for mayor: “Muriel is exactly the type of cautious, middle-of-the-road politician required to keep things running smoothly in the city. ... Muriel should take the initiative and seize the District’s iron throne in 2014.” (Petworthies)

Court monitor cites “serious and persistent safety problems” at New Beginnings (WaTimes)

Jeffrey Thompson was ousted from UDC Foundation by university board (Loose Lips)

Where Thompson sent his Maryland donations (WaTimes)

Look at more of Vincent Orange’s money orders (Loose Lips)

Marion Barry picks a fight with Vincent Gray over meeting schedule (WTTG-TV)

An endorsement of Max Skolnik where you have to read 570 words before his name is mentioned (HuffPo)

Richard Sarles, unflapped, talks to Kojo (WAMU-FM)

National Mall Bikeshare stations prove popular — and easy to “balance” (Examiner)

Dude who told women he was a football player in order to steal $31,000 from them gets five years in prison (Crime Scene)

Ward 8 candidate Natalie Williams sued after business partner accused of sexual assault (WJLA-TV, CHotR)

AU campus plan gets Zoning Commission’s OK (City Desk)

Courts employee’s discrimination lawsuit is tossed (Legal Times)

Michael Brown writes another letter, this time to Mitt Romney (HuffPo)

Emily Miller has her gun, but she’s not done with MPD yet (WaTimes)

Doug Jemal wants zoning relief for Tenleytown project (DCmud)

Former Jack Evans foe explains why he’s now voting for him (Patch)

Where D.C. arts money is going (DCist)

Georgetown U. gets back into campus plan talks with neighbors (Vox Populi)