Mike DeBonis
Mike DeBonis
Reporter

Mike DeBonis covers local politics and government for The Washington Post. He also writes a blog and a political analysis column that runs on Fridays. DeBonis joined in Post in 2010 after spending six years at Washington City Paper as a reporter and editor, including three years writing a column on District politics. He is a graduate of Georgetown University and a native of Northwest Indiana.

Latest by Mike DeBonis

Census: D.C. keeps growing, albeit at slower pace

New estimates show 1.5 percent growth for the District, pushing population close to 660,000.

Polly Donaldson picked to lead D.C. housing department

Polly Donaldson picked to lead D.C. housing department

Mayor-elect Muriel Bowser taps affordable housing developer to lead Department of Housing and Community Development.

Wells, Falcicchio among latest Bowser appointments

Wells, Falcicchio among latest Bowser appointments

Tommy Wells could become the first D.C. Council member to assume a mayoral cabinet post.

Tommy Wells to be named D.C. environmental director

Tommy Wells to be named D.C. environmental director

Wells, 57, had run against Muriel Bowser for the Democratic mayoral nomination but later supported her.