Posts Tagged ‘kenyan mcduffie’

Year of Plenty: The Joys of Off-Cycle D.C. Council Seats

There’s one big reason Kenyan McDuffie might want to change seats: the election cycle.

Bowser Budget Faceplants at the D.C. Council

Muriel Bowser could lose her tax hikes.

Bowser Restores UDC Funding, Tables Camera in New Budget Update

Body cameras escape FOIA exemption... for now

Bowser Promises Metro Report Within Two Days, But Many Questions Still Unresolved

The report on the D.C. Fire and EMS response to the incident will come out within the next 48 hours, according to Bowser.

Vote Like This: Washington City Paper’s 2014 General Election Endorsements

Who to pick for mayor, D.C. Council, and attorney general—plus, legalize it.

Ward 5’s McDuffie Backs Racine in the Attorney General Race

McDuffie is all about endorsements this year

Yvette Alexander Endorses Robert White in At-Large Race

One more councilmember wants to see Robert White on the D.C. Council dais in January. After landing Ward 5 Councilmember Kenyan McDuffie's endorsement in July, at-large Council hopeful White will be endorsed by Ward 7 Councilmember Yvette Alexander, LL has learned.
The endorsement from Alexander, who toyed with her own bid for the seat, should help White stand out against the 12 [...]

Kenyan McDuffie Endorses Robert White in At-Large Race

The size of the D.C. Council at-large field hasn't stopped Ward 5 Councilmember Kenyan McDuffie from making his pick. McDuffie tells LL that he plans to endorse Robert White to fill the seat.
McDuffie says he's impressed with White's Council effort, which launched months ahead of his rivals for the minority-party position that David Catania is giving up to run for mayor. "I think [...]

Kenyan McDuffie, D.C.’s Next Next Mayor?

Kenyan McDuffie found a lot wrong in his ward last Saturday. Empty bottles of Corona and Christian Brothers brandy lined Bladensburg Road NE, while the auto mechanics on the street topped their fences with razor-wire that dangled low enough to catch a passerby.
Fumes wafting from one auto-body shop made the whole block smell like a [...]

Council Blocks Plan to Change How Inspector Generals Get Picked

The District's mediocre inspector general is headed for the door later this month when his term expires, which in another city would mean it'd be a time for a national search to replace him. Thanks to District law, though, Vince Gray's administration will only be able to pick someone who already works in the D.C. area. [...]

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