By: Amanda Menas Dora Currea, an immigrant from South America and former international development professional, is running against incumbent Ruth Wattenberg for the Board of Education seat in Ward 3. While the two candidates agree on most issues when advocating...
By: Meghan Sorensen Many voters brought their families to the polls for D.C.'s general election. As American politics heat up, parents wish to include their children in the political process, raising more informed voters. Children eagerly entered the polling stations...
By LEE STURTEVANT The DC Line In 1919 a triple murder on Kalorama Road NW galvanized Washington. The victims were Chinese diplomats, all shot to death in the Chinese Educational Mission. The Metropolitan Police Department police quickly charged a 20-year-old Chinese...
By: Meghan Sorensen On Tuesday, anxiety and excitement filled the air due to midterm elections and D.C.'s general election. At local polling locations, there was a constant flow of voters who were passionate about participating in the democratic process. Lotte...
The most heated item on election ballots this year is Initiative 77, a yes-or-no vote on changing the current tipped wage setup for tipped workers in restaurants, bars and other establishments. Advocates are testing voters’ appetite for left-wing causes, and...
By: Meghan Sorensen On Tuesday, Mayor Muriel Bowser became the first mayor to win a re-election in D.C. since 2002. She’s also the first female mayor to be re-elected, collecting an eye-popping 162,199 votes. Runner-up Ann Wilcox only amassed 19,979...
By: Mion Edwards On Tuesday, District residents made their way to polls to cast their votes for D.C. general elections. Here’s a list of candidates who came out victorious: D.C. Mayor Mayor Muriel Bowser (incumbent) ran for re-election and cruised to victory...

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