Cast Your Vote for Local Businesses in Our 3rd #GoDCIWCT Twitter Poll

Congratulations to Hank’s Oyster Bar Old Town for winning the latest #GoDCIWCT poll on Twitter. Stay tuned tomorrow morning for the history of their building at 1026 King St. in Alexandria.

In the meantime, tonight, you should vote for our next installment of If Walls Could Talk. Here are your four candidates.

1. Click here to vote for Home Rule – 1807 14th St. NW

2. Click here to vote for Hitched Salon – 1523 Wisconsin Ave. NW

3. Click here to vote for EJF Real Estate & Good Wood – 1428 U St. NW

4. Click here to vote for American Guest House – 2005 Columbia Rd. NW

Feel free to vote as often as you like, and if you’re successful at getting retweets, those will count as votes too.

Any votes cast after 11:59 pm on Friday night (2/21) will not be counted. Below, you’ll see the live votes coming in via Twitter (provided you’re remembering to use the hashtag #GoDCIWCT).

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Tom founded Ghosts of DC on January 4th, 2012 as a blog to uncover the lost and untold history of Washington, D.C. He has lived in the city for over a decade and loves exploring every corner of the District.

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