At the beginning of 2013, Kenyan McDuffie was a fresh face in D.C. politics entering his first full year on the Council. Two years later, he’s the sixth longest tenured member on the 13-seat legislature, thanks mainly to his colleagues’ mayoral ambitions and vacancies left by the Mayor-for-Life and the mayor-for-now. With only five members who have spent more than a few years legislating, the Council is in a new era. Click the purple button to see how much experience has disappeared in two years’ time.
Photo by Darrow Montgomery