Advisory Neighborhood Commissions (ANCs) are a hyperlocal level of elected official in the District of Columbia. Commissioners advise the government on issues affecting their neighborhoods. They represent constituencies of about 2,000 DC residents, are unpaid, and have 2-year terms.
To get your name on the November ballot, you must pick up petitions at the DC Board of Elections, get the signatures of at least 25 registered voters in your district, and file the petitions by 5pm on August 8, 2012.
Your address was recognized as .
Your address was not recognized.
Your current SMD is , and your commissioner is .
The dc.gov GIS has stopped including the 2012 SMD in its data. You may or may not be redistricted into a new SMD. For lack of any better data, let's assume your SMD will remain unchanged. Of course, this does undermine a lot of the point of this service.
Your SMD will be changing to as a result of redistricting (see map of ANC ).
You will remain in the same SMD after redistricting (see map of ANC ).
So far candidate picked up petitions to run in (though there's always room for one more):
There are as yet no candidates running in . You could be the first to file, and might even run unopposed.