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D.C. Board of Education, President

General Election

Results below are unofficial and may be incomplete. For final results, check state and county board of elections web sites.

D.C. Board of Education President Results  
CandidateVotes%
Robert C. Bobb 44,05244%
Carolyn N. Graham 34,93335%
Timothy Jenkins 12,48713%
Laurent Ross 4,8145%
Sunday Abraham 2,8283%
Key: * Incumbent | Red Checkmark Winner
Precincts: 100% | Updated: 4:33 PM ET | Source: The Post

Candidates

Sunday Abraham

Sunday Abraham

No candidate information was provided.

Robert C. Bobb

Robert C. Bobb

Occupation Former city administrator and deputy mayor; homeland security adviser.
Education BA, political science, Grambling State University; MS, business, Western Michigan University.
Age: 61 | Residence: Crestwood.
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Carolyn N. Graham

Carolyn N. Graham

Occupation VP, D.C. Board of Educ.; VP, external affairs, Greater SE Comm. Hosp.; assoc. minister, Israel Baptist Church.
Education M.Ed., Antioch College; MA, public administration, City Univ. of New York; M-Div., New York Theological Seminary.
Age: 60 | Residence: Brookland.
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Laurent Ross

Laurent Ross

Occupation College savings program manager, Calvert.
Education BA, Latin American studies, American University; MIS, George Washington University.
Age: 52 | Residence: Petworth.
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Timothy Jenkins

Timothy Jenkins

Occupation Chairman, Unlimited Visions Inc.
Education BA, political science/philosophy, Howard University; JD, Labor Law Division, Yale Law School.
Age: 67 | Residence: Logan Circle.
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Voter Information

Map: D.C. Council Wards
When: Nov. 7, 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Where: Find your polling site.
Absentee Ballot: Download (PDF).
Registration: Check your status.
More Info: Board of Elections.
Results: Will be posted Nov. 7.

Key Dates

Oct. 10: Close of voter registration.
Oct. 23: In-person absentee voting begins.
Nov. 6: Last day to vote absentee in person, by 4:45 p.m.
Nov. 7: General election.

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