Khalid Pitts: the 9:30 Club candidate
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10 candidates on what they'd do as a councilmember. Spoiler: It gets testy!
The D.C. Board of Elections tosses out a challenge to his nominating petitions by rival Brian Hart.
At-Large D.C. Council candidate Kishan Putta may have trouble qualifying for the ballot after a petition challenge from rival Brian Hart.
The enormous field of independent candidates trying to make November's ballot for a D.C. Council at-large seat has somehow produced only one signature challenge. Enter the arena, Brian Hart and Kishan Putta.
Ahead of yesterday's deadline to question whether a candidate has the 3,000 names required to make the ballot, at-large hopeful and Adams Morgan Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner Hart challenged Dupont [...]
D.C. Council at-large hopeful Khalid Pitts may not have the most impressive voting record in the District, but the Logan Circle wine bar owner is leading the sizable field of candidates seeking to replace Councilmember David Catania in fundraising for the latest, three-month long reporting period.
Raised: $81,671. Spent: $0. Cash on hand: $81,671.
Pitts took in contributions from Ben's Chili Bowl's Kamal Ali and former [...]
The already crowded field of candidates hoping to win a D.C. Council at-large seat in November just got yet another candidate, with Dupont Circle Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner Kishan Putta registering as a candidate yesterday.
Putta, a 40-year-old healthcare consultant, points to his work lobbying Metro to expand 16th Street NW bus routes and pushing the District Department of Transportation [...]