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Election board's director arrived at a Monday oversight hearing with little to say about long lines and other voting issues.

There was no tougher electoral battleground than Advisory Neighborhood Commission 6E.

Nov. 6 has come and gone, but election season rolls on in the District of Columbia.

Other incumbent Democrats did a lot better than Chairman Phil Mendelson, who faced an unknown Ward 4 government auditor.

Here's what David Grosso's victory over Michael A. Brown looks like, geographically speaking.

Coming to you live from the second floor of One Judiciary Square, stay right here for the District returns as they come in.

Polls are open from 7 a.m. till 8 p.m.

While I'd be tickled to attend any party involving the President of the United States and the dearly departed bass crooner, this is not that.

The numbers indicate Ward 4 is again going to play a pivotal role in a close citywide race.

"I'm not voting for Romney," the Ward 7 Republican said. "I can't come to grips."

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