The ballot

Candidates, listed in the order they will appear on the April 28 special-election ballot.

Ward 4:

Brandon Todd (D) — Longtime aide to former D.C. Council member Muriel E. Bowser, president of
Ward 4 Democrats

Ron Austin (D) — Former aide to Mayor Adrian M. Fenty, Bowser and Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner

Glova Scott (I) — Overnight stocker at Wal-Mart, member of the Socialist Workers Party

Acqunetta Anderson (D) — ANC commissioner

Douglass Sloan (D) — Withdrew

Pedro Rubio Jr. (D) – Withdrew

Renee L. Bowser (D) — Labor attorney for United Food and Commercial Workers International Union; no relation to the mayor

Leon T. Andrews Jr. (D) — National League of Cities senior fellow, board member of So Others Might Eat

Edwin W. Powell (D) — Howard University professor, D.C. Human Rights Commissioner

Judi Jones (D) — Adjunct professor at UDC, ANC commissioner

Bobvala Tengen (D) — government consultant

Dwayne M. Toliver (D) — Attorney, former ANC commissioner, former president Ward 4 Democrats

Gwenellen Corley-Bowman (D) — Retired D.C. Public Schools teacher

Ward 8:

Greta Fuller (D) — Former ANC commissioner

LaRuby May (D) — Director of nonprofit organization that focuses on real-estate development and childhood education; former Ward 8 Bowser campaign director.

Leonard Watson Sr. (D) — Former ANC commissioner, staffer to council members Marion Barry, Sandy Allen

Natalie Williams (D) — President, Ward 8 Democrats; public relations consultant

Stuart Anderson (D) –Withdrew

Sheila Bunn (D) — former deputy chief of staff to Mayor Vincent C. Gray, former chief of staff to
Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton

“S.S.” Sandra Seegars (D) — Accountant, former ANC commissioner

Marion C. Barry (D) — Son of former four-time mayor and council member Marion Barry

Keita Vanterpool (I) — Chair of the D.C. Board of Chiropractic

Eugene D. Kinlow (D) — Voting rights advocate, former president Ward 8 Democrats, radio personality

Jauhar Abraham (D) – Withdrew

Anthony Muhammad (D) — Longtime ANC commissioner

Trayon “WardEight” White (D) — former member of the D.C. State Board of Education