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Election Night Brings Few Surprises But At-Large Suspense

As Tuesday tipped into Wednesday, the incumbents ruled the ballot. Most of them cruised to victory. With just over 165,000 votes counted It is clear...

Poem for Stacey Abrams

Baseball Trilogy When you combine a national treasure with the national pastime, you can’t lose. E. Ethelbert Miller is a literary activist and award-winning poet...

EMCAC Elects New Officers in First In-Person Meeting Since COVID

The Eastern Market Community Advisory Committee (EMCAC) met in person in the North Hall (225 Seventh St. SE) Oct. 26 for the first time...

What to Know About Voting in the 2022 General Election

DC Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 8. Here’s what you need to know. On the Ballot Voters will elect the Delegate to the House of Representatives,...

Recall Fails: Gove Retains Office in 6A04

On Sunday, constituents rejected an effort to recall Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner (ANC) Amber Gove from her office representing Single Member District (SMD) 6A04. The DC...

ANC 6A04 Recall Election This Sunday

The DC Board of Elections (DCBOE) will hold a Special Recall Election for Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC) Single Member District (SMD) 6A04 Sunday, Oct....

Election of ANC Commissioners on November Ballot

In the Nov. 8th General Election, DC residents will have the opportunity to elect the ANC (Advisory Neighborhood Commission) representative in their district. The ANCs...

Hear from At-Large DC Council Candidates at Oct. 11 Forum

This Tuesday, hear the opinions of Candidates for At-Large Council! The At-Large Candidates Forum takes place Tuesday, October 11th from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30...

Ward 6 Primary Election Results

After months of campaigning, debate and discussion among candidates, DC residents took to the polls yesterday to cast their votes for who they would...

Vote Early This Weekend

The Primary Election is June 21. This is where voters affiliated with particular parties choose their candidates for office in the General Election. But you...