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The Gray campaign’s request for a court order to extend voting by two hours was just denied by Judge Joan Zeldon, City Paper‘s Rend Smith reports from the D.C. Board of Elections and Ethics headquarters. Which means any minute now, polling places will begin the process of shutting down.
Reports from around the District make it sound like there are quite a few people still in line to vote in some spots, and they should still be able to cast a ballot before the primary ends.
Check back throughout the night for updates.