Please take note that three ANC 3/4G Commissioners in Single Member Districts 03, 05, and 07 are not seeking re-election after their terms end in December.
Chair Randy Speck announced at the ANC 3/4G Public Meeting on June 27, 2022, that he has made the decision not to seek re-election to represent his Single Member District, ANC 3/4G-03 after serving as commissioner since January 2013 and as the Commission’s Chair since January 2015. The video recording of his announcement can be found here at minute 8:08. The entirety of his announcement can be found here.
Commissioner Charles Cadwell announced at the ANC 3/4G Public Meeting on July 11, 2022, that he will not seek re-election to represent his Single Member District, ANC 3/4G-07, after volunteering to fill a vacant seat in January 2022 after former Commissioner Fromboluti resigned. The video recording of his announcement can be found here at minute 12:05. The entirety of his announcement can be found here.
Commissioner Connie K. N. Chang announced at the ANC 3/4G Public Meeting on July 25, 2022, that she will not be seeking re-election to represent her Single Member District, ANC 3/4G-05, after her first term in office ends in December. The video recording of her announcement can be found here at minute 16:40. The entirety of her announcement can be found here.
Note: On July 20, 2022, the Board of Elections has made nominating petitions available for pick up for Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner candidates.
- You must have lived in your Single Member District (SMD) for 60 days prior to November 8, Election Day. (In other words, you must have moved in by September 9, 2022.)
- You must be a registered voter in the District of Columbia.
- Nominating petitions with a minimum of 25 signatures from registered voters in the SMD and Declarations of Candidacy must be filed on Wednesday, August 10, no later than 5 pm.
Contact the Board of Elections (727-2525) if you have additional questions about becoming a write-in candidate or meeting the qualifications. You can check what ANC and SMD that you live in here: ANC/SMD Look-up. (You can also contact the Office of Advisory Neighborhood Commissions at 727-9945 for help; see also http://anc.dc.gov.)
Updated ANC and SMD Boundaries
The boundaries of the Advisory Neighborhood Commissions (ANCs) and Single Member Districts (SMDs) of the District of Columbia are updated every ten years, based on the results of the latest decennial census. The updated boundaries were approved by the DC Council on June 7, 2022 and approved by Mayor Muriel Bowser on June 16, 2022.
Updated ANC-SMDs will be used for the November 8, 2022 General Election. Individual ANC/SMD maps* will be provided to candidates who pick-up petitions.
You may locate the new ANCs and SMDs that will take effect on January 1, 2023 with this interactive web map.
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