The following is a partial list of major endorsements received by candidates for mayor and council chairman in Tuesday's District of Columbia primary elections, as provided by the candidates.
MARION S. BARRY, Democratic candidate for mayor:
City Council Members Polly Shackleton, William Spaulding, Nadine Winter, H.R. Crawford, Wilhelmina Rolark, Hilda Mason, and John Wilson;
School Board Members Linda Cropp, R. David Hall, Nathaniel Bush, Bettie Benjamin, and John Warren;
One hundred clergymen including Bishop Walter McCullough of the United House of Prayer For All People, Bishop John Hurst Adams of the African Methodist Episcopal Church, and Apostle Smallwood E. Williams of the Bible Way Church;
United Fellowship of Churches, Regardie's Magazine, Organization of Black Metropolitan Police Officials, Afro-American Police Officers Association, Metropolitan Police Officials for Barry, Young Dillingers, Progressive Firefighters Association, International Association of Firefighters Local 36;
American Federation of Government Employees, Alliance of Taxicab Businessmen, Professional Cabdrivers Association, Taxicab Industry Group, American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, D.C. Labor Coalition, Public Housing Residents Support Committee, D.C. Tenants Solidarity Union, D.C. Organization of Minority Contractors;
Gay Restaurant Owners of Washington, Washington Real Estate Brokers Association, Business Leaders Committee to Re-elect Barry (including executives from Woodward & Lothrop, Washington Federal Savings, and Hechinger Co.), Gertrude Stein Democratic Club, National Association of Nurses;
D.C. Women's Political Caucus, Dupont Circle Political Action Committee, Democratic Socialists of America, Ward 4 Democrats, Ward 6 Democrats, 47 of the 56 members of the D.C. Democratic State Committee, Ronald H. Brown (former chairman of University of District of Columbia Board of Trustees), Vincent H. Cohen (attorney and former campaign manager for mayoral candidate Clifford L. Alexander);
Former Peace Corps Director Albert Raby, Eleanor Holmes Norton (former chairman of U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission), Atlanta mayor Andrew Young;
The Washington Post, D.C. Gazette, Washington Tribune, City Paper, Washington Afro-American, The Washington Times, Northwest Current, Washington Blade.
PATRICIA ROBERTS HARRIS, Democratic candidate for mayor:
Sheetmetal Workers Local 100 and Local 102, International Union of Operating Engineers, Electrical Workers Local 26, International Association of Bridge, Structural and Ironworkers; Asbestos Workers, Brotherhood of Painters and Decorators, Painters Local 368, Plasterers and Cement Masons, Food and Allied Sevices Trades Council, United Food and Commercial Workers, Hotel and Restaurant Workers Local 25;
Sixty-nine ministers including the Rev. A. Knighton Stanley of Peoples Congregational Church, the Rev. E.C. Smith, pastor emeritus of Metropolitan Baptist Church and the Rev. William Revely of Mount Gilead Baptist Church;
Jimmy Carter, Louis Martin (former special assistant to President Carter for minority affairs), former Secretary of Agriculture Robert Bergland, former Secretary of the Treasury G. William Miller, former White House press secretary Jody Powell, former White House aide Gerald Rafshoon, former D.C. Auditor Matthew S. Watson;
Fort Dupont Tenants Association.
CHARLENE DREW JARVIS, Democratic candidate for mayor:
D.C. Psychological Association.
JOHN RAY, Democratic candidate for mayor:
Fifty ministers including the Rev. Thomas Jennings of Tenth Street Baptist Church, the Rev. David Durham of Mount Sinai Baptist Church and the Rev. Edgar L. Williams of Second New St. Paul Baptist Church;
Greater Washington and Maryland Service Station Association, 17 current and former Redskins, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Committee of Concerned D.C. Corrections Officers.
JAMES CHAMPAGNE, Republican candidate for mayor:
The Washington Times.
DAVID A. (Dave) CLARKE, Democratic candidate for City Council Chairman:
American Federation of Government Employes, American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees; Americans for Democratic Action, D.C. Women's Political Caucus, Dupont Circle Political Action Committee;
Bishop Walter McCullough of United House of Prayer for All People, Carver Terrace Tenants Association, Democratic Socialists of America, D.C. Women's Clergy Association, Gertrude Stein Democratic Club, Greater Washington Central Labor Council, Hotel and Restaurant Employees Union Local 25;
International Association of Firefighters Local 36, Local 400 Active Ballot Club, People for a Pro-Tenant Council, Ward 6 Democrats, Washington Chapter of National Black Women's Political Action Caucus, D.C. Tenants Solidarity Union, Fraternal Order of Taxicab Owners and Operators;
City Paper, Northwest Current, The Georgetowner, D.C. Gazette.
ARRINGTON DIXON, Democratic candidate for City Council Chairman:
Washington Teachers Union, Communication Workers of America, 60 ministers including the Rev. Ernest Gibson of First Rising Mount Zion Church, the Rev. Robert L. Pruitt of Metropolitan A.M.E. Church, the Rev. H. Beecher Hicks of Metropolitan Baptist Church;
Greater Washington Board of Trade, Gasoline Dealers Association, Ward 4 Democrats, Apartment and Office Building Association Public Housing Residents Association, D.C. Council Members Jerry A. Moore Jr., H.R. Crawford and Charlene Drew Jarvis;
The Washington Blade, School Board Members R. Calvin Lockridge and Bettie Benjamin, D.C. Psychological Association.
STERLING TUCKER, Democratic candidate for City Council Chairman:
The Rev. A. Knighton Stanley of People's Congregation of United Church of Christ, the Rev. Ronald McClendon of Contee AME Zion Church, the Rev. T.C. Dixon of Freewill Baptist Church, Apostle Smallwood E. Williams of Bible Way Church, the Rev. William H. Coleman of Rehoboth Church of God;
Singer Gil Scott-Heron, Young Democrats, Joint Council 55 of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, The Washington Post, The Washington Times.