Posts Tagged ‘politics’

Mapping D.C.’s Party Affiliations, From Republican Georgetown to Democratic Washington Highlands

Thought D.C.'s Republican stronghold was Capitol Hill? Or that Democrats were most plentiful east of the Anacostia River? Or that Libertarians were concentrated in the Ubertarian havens of wards 1 and 2? Think again.
The D.C. Board of Elections has released its latest report of voter registration in the city, reflecting political party affiliations as of [...]

Towards a New Alignment of D.C. Politics?

A few months ago, a paper by George Mason University professor David Schleicher generated a good bit of chatter in the land use blogosphere. The argument: Housing in cities has become too expensive because, without strong local political parties, land use decisions tend to be driven by those next to proposed developments rather than the overall interests [...]