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John Gloster

Biography | In the Candidate's Words


BRIEF BIOGRAPHY

John Gloster Jr.
Age: 37
Residence: Washington.
Married: No.
Children: None.
Education: BA; currently in Law School, Georgetown Evening Program.
Occupation/Employer: Financial planner, the Advisors Group.
Elected Offices: No answer provided.

Why should voters elect you?
"We are at a crossroads for the District. The city is in crisis due to the failed policies and lack of real leadership of the status quo. We propose a new agenda which emphasizes investments in human assets. I was the first to introduce cutting class size in half, and rebuilding UDC bigger and better than ever. Studies show that by increasing the educational opportunity, and investing in good neighborhoods and good public services, you create an environment that encourages good careers to come and stay. Vote D.C. Statehood Party in November, a viable, progressive alternative to the status quo."

What do you want voters to know about you?
"I am a financial planner. I have managed and owned businesses and met payrolls."

Web site: pages.prodigy.com/DCSTATEHOOD
E-mail: JOHNGLOSTER@prodigy.net


IN THE CANDIDATE'S WORDS

Where They Stand
Gloster shared in writing his opinions on
city government, schools, public safety, job market, the future of the city.

Coverage of Candidate Forums
Candidates Debate City's Fiscal RecoveryJuly 15, 1998
Election Forum Focuses On PoorJuly 1, 1998
Mayoral Forum a Yelling MatchJune 25, 1998
Candidates Clash Over Fiscal ReboundJune 19, 1998
Tough Rhetoric Marks Mayoral DebateJune 10, 1998

Transcripts of Candidate Forums
Mayoral Debate: How to Keep City's JobsJuly 23, 1998
Views on Spending, Parking July 2, 1998


The Voters' Guide was compiled from staff reporting and information provided by the candidates in response to questionnaires from The Washington Post. Each candidate was asked to provide biographical information, a photograph and a brief statement about why the voters should elect him or her. Candidates' responses were edited for length and style.

© Copyright 1998 The Washington Post Company

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