Here is a summary of the election results in the District of Columbia: (View full map)


The District of Columbia – where some voters literally danced in the street along the historic U St. corridor when Obama was elected the nation’s first African-American president – again came out in overwhelming numbers for the president, according to the Associated Press.


The District’s sharp-tongued but non-voting delegate, Eleanor Holmes Norton (D), had only token opposition and was easily reelected.

Charter Amendments

Following a series of local government scandals, voters overwhelmingly backed a series of modest ethics provisions. Voters gave city council members the power to vote out of office any colleague who takes an action “that amounts to a gross failure to meet the highest standards of personal and professional conduct.” Voters also barred anyone who commits a felony while serving as mayor or council member from remaining in, or returning to, that office.

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