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DC Protests Expected to Begin Tuesday Afternoon

While businesses board up, local activists are coordinating protests ahead of the ballot tabulation Nov. 3. Ahead of Election Day and ballot tabulation Tuesday, local...

Be a Local Hero

Whether you vote blue or red or somewhere in between, there is no doubt about it: this fall’s election will be one to remember....

Election Changes During COVID-19

After a June 2 primary election that was plagued by problems with absentee ballots and long lines for in-person voting, the District Board of...

ANC 6A Hears COVID-19 Update

Chair Amber Gove (6A04) convened the May 14, 2020 meeting of Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC) 6A to order via WebEx with Commissioners Marie-Claire Brown...

Two Days Left to Vote in Primary

Like everything else in the District, the 2020 elections are affected by the outbreak of COVID-19. You still have two days to vote in...

Early Voting Starts Today

Early voting in the General Elections begins today at One Judiciary Square (441 Fourth St. NW). In Ward 6 you can vote starting Friday,...

When Will Congress Keeps Its Hands Off DC?

Recently, Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton filed amendments to strike four anti-home-rule riders from the House’s fiscal year 2018 District of Columbia Appropriations bill, which is expected...
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