Posts Tagged ‘Election’

Anita Bonds Wins D.C. Council Special Election

Councilmember Anita Bonds credited broad support among elected officials, labor groups, and longtime D.C. political activists for helping her win the at-large special election tonight and hold on to the seat that she was appointed to last year.
"It took all of us, every little drop every little piece," Bonds told supporters tonight at the Channel Inn [...]

Find Your Polling Place Here

Not sure where to vote, or who will be on the ballot when you get there? Thanks to Google's new Voter Information Project, you can figure that all out online. Enter your address below to get the details. Remember, polls in D.C. and Maryland close at 8 p.m., and in Virginia at 7 p.m.
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Where’s the Money?: Council Challengers Aren’t Finding Much Green. They Say it’s the System’s Fault.

To knock off an incumbent councilmember in this town, it helps to be hardworking, a little bit crazy, and to raise enough money to buy a gently-used Bentley.
Many challengers this election season have the first two qualities covered. The third part is proving tougher. None of the challengers for the six council seats up for [...]

Loose Lips Daily: You Can Party in Da Club, That Owes D.C. Back Taxes Edition

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Primary Election Day in Photos

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