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It wasn't a good year for endorsements—unless you're Karl Racine.
Christina Henderson is "cautiously optimistic" after seeing the preliminary results. She would be the third millennial woman elected to the D.C. Council in 2020.
The Ward 8 State Board of Education member and D.C. Council at-large is fighting for recognition in a crowded field.
The first-time candidate is looking for an upset victory in the D.C. Council at-large race.
Mónica Palacio and Franklin Garcia make final pitches to voters on Election Day.
With support from local progressive groups and plenty of financing, the policy wonk appears to be a frontrunner in the at-large race.
The voting process aims to make sure winning candidates also get 50 percent of the vote.
He's got support from Jack Evans, Harry Thomas Jr., John Ray, Harold Brazil, and Sandra Allen, to name a few.
The 31-year-old developer's second run at an at-large Council seat finds him at the intersection of the old guard and progressive upstarts.
He claims to be a fiscally conservative "Independent Progressive Democrat."
Unanimously passed Council legislation lets Washingtonians in federal prisons vote in local and federal elections. But the Federal Bureau of Prisons is making it difficult for advocates to reach all eligible voters.
Different opinions on the streetcar, congestion pricing, eviction moratorium, tipped wages, and other pressing issues!
Orange delivered a speech to a 50-person crowd at the Mansion on O Street in Dupont Sunday evening.
If elected, the longtime policy wonk would add to the Council's growing progressive bloc.
Some congressional Republicans are campaigning against giving 705,000 residents voting representation and full autonomy in their bids for reelection. Others are introducing bills to undermine D.C. statehood.
The good news, D.C., is that you have options when it comes to selecting the next two at-large councilmembers.
The evening was characterized by discussions of ethics, flip-flops, and reserve spending.
The D.C. native is one of eight challengers taking on D.C. Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton.
Complainant Lauren Wolfe plans to appeal.
The former D.C. Council staffer faces more than 20 challengers.
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