D.C. Politics



Nadeau, a favorite among liberals with eight years on the council, is fending off determined challenges from former Metropolitan Police officer Salah Czapary and Sabel Harris, an advisory neighborhood commissioner

Tenants of the 3003 Van Ness apartment complex said the Equity Residential Management misled them about rent costs and later subjected them to unjust rent increases.

Here's who is on the ballot ahead of the June 21 primary.

Three candidates are hoping to become the Democratic nominee for D.C. attorney general on June 21.

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After hours of debate, D.C.'s fiscal 2023 budget will now head to the desk of Mayor Muriel E. Bowser for her signature.

At the latest forum, the candidates rehashed their differences on police, schools and other major issues.

Bowser nominated Glen Lee, who has spent nearly 30 years in various roles for the city of Seattle, most recently as its finance director.

Duncan, who leads the Palisades Community Association, is one of nine candidates vying to replace Cheh on the council.

Candidates for mayor and city council seats respond to questions about their stances on control of D.C. public schools, the size of police force and more.

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Tensions have risen between the city council and health department since early May, when the department stopped reporting cases to the CDC for nearly two weeks.

Candidates laid out proposals to address public safety and the affordable housing supply.

McDuffie is the third sitting council member to make an endorsement in the crowded Ward 5 race.

The candidates addressed issues including education inequity, the lack of affordable housing, surging crime and violence, and the city’s pandemic recovery.

Butler, a disbarred lawyer running a tough-on-crime campaign, is the only Democratic candidate for mayor who does not hold office.

Seven candidates are vying to fill the seat that will be vacated by Kenyan R. McDuffie.

The records offer a last look at the financial positions of some of the candidates for mayor, attorney general and city council before primary election ballots go out to voters.

The council rejected Mayor Muriel E. Bowser’s request for millions of dollars in perks for police officers, while it also approved large allotments directly to some of the city’s most troubled public schools and permanent housing vouchers for low-income families.

The lawsuit centers on a red-brick property at 1000 C Street NE that has long been a source of frustration for neighbors.

On Monday, a spokeswoman for D.C. Mayor Muriel E. Bowser (D) said the city health department is looking into why its normal practice of reporting numbers to the CDC — which the CDC then reports publicly — has stopped.

The bill would extend protections to people seeking contraception among other issues.

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