Early voting begins in the District of Columbia

WASHINGTON (AP) - Early voting started in the District of Columbia over the weekend. 

Residents started voting on Saturday at One Judiciary Square, the headquarters of the District of Columbia Board of Elections. Early voting was open from 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. The address of the building is 441 Fourth Street NW.

Early voting begins at eight more locations in the city on Oct. 28. The last day for early voting is Nov. 4.

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