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It follows several new restrictions added across the region’s jurisdictions this month as coronavirus cases have exploded.
NATIONAL HARBOR CURFEW ISSUED FOR MINORS AS D.C. REGION SETS CORONAVIRUS RECORD FOR 17TH DAYRACHEL CHASON, DANA HEDGPETH, FENIT NIRAPPILNOVEMBER 20, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Maryland and its largest jurisdiction toughened pandemic-related restrictions Tuesday as the Washington region’s coronavirus caseloads set more record highs amid a national spike.
MARYLAND GOVERNOR ADDS CORONAVIRUS RESTRICTIONS AS CASES SURGE ACROSS THE WASHINGTON REGIONREBECCA TAN, ERIN COX, PATRICIA SULLIVANNOVEMBER 11, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Voters in Maryland’s most populous jurisdiction added two seats to the county council, which will ensure better representation for the growing population in northern Montgomery.
ELECTION 2020: WINNERS AND LOSERS FROM VIRGINIA, MARYLAND AND D.C.ROBERT MCCARTNEYNOVEMBER 6, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Fairfax County joins a growing list of local jurisdictions that are seeking a top leader for their police departments.
FAIRFAX COUNTY POLICE CHIEF TO STEP DOWN IN FEBRUARYJUSTIN JOUVENALNOVEMBER 5, 2020WASHINGTON POST
She held town halls in every jurisdiction, often fielding complaints about the lack of rural broadband access and the price of prescription drugs – two issues she focused on heavily.
SPANBERGER DECLARES VICTORY OVER FREITAS IN VIRGINIA AS MORE ABSENTEE BALLOTS ARE TALLIEDMEAGAN FLYNNNOVEMBER 5, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Poll watchers have to be trained and certified with their local jurisdiction to be present.
WHAT COUNTS AS VOTER INTIMIDATION?AMBER PHILLIPSOCTOBER 30, 2020WASHINGTON POST
It comes as each jurisdiction has seen a rise in infections this month that health experts attribute to colder weather, family gatherings and pandemic fatigue.
DAILY CORONAVIRUS CASELOAD SURPASSES 2,000 IN D.C. REGION AGAIN, AS INFECTION RATES CONTINUE TO RISEDANA HEDGPETH, RACHEL CHASONOCTOBER 29, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Some jurisdictions have satellite voting stations opened for early voting.
VIRGINIA VOTING GUIDE: WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT EARLY VOTING, MAIL-IN BALLOTSANTONIO OLIVO, PATRICIA SULLIVANOCTOBER 28, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Prince William County has received 125, and Loudoun County has gotten about 200, according to officials in those jurisdictions.
VA. VOTERS ARE STILL REQUESTING ABSENTEE BALLOTS, EVEN AFTER THE DEADLINE PASSED. THAT’S CREATED CONFUSION, OFFICIALS SAY.ANTONIO OLIVOOCTOBER 28, 2020WASHINGTON POST
In several jurisdictions, voters have reported concerns about the proximity of law enforcement officers to the ballot boxes.
SHOUTING MATCHES, PARTISAN RALLIES, GUNS AT POLLING PLACES: TENSIONS HIGH AT EARLY-VOTING SITESJOSH PARTLOWOCTOBER 21, 2020WASHINGTON POST

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