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April 02, 2012

Tuesday, April 3 -- Vote in the D.C. Primary

If you are a D.C. voter, don't forget to vote in the D.C. Primary on Tuesday, April 3. Running for their parties' nominations will be candidates for President, Delegate to Congress, several D.C. Council seats, and shadow representative.

WaPo editorializes that Tuesday's D.C. Primary is an excellent opportunity for voters to shake things up on the D.C. Council.

Below is GLAA's ratings ad for D.C. Council candidates. Click here to go to GLAA's ratings page; then you can click on a candidate's name to see his or her responses to GLAA's candidate questionnaire. Two incumbents — Jack Evans in Ward 2 and Muriel Bowser in Ward 4 — earned good ratings, while three incumbents — Yvette Alexander in Ward 7, Marion Barry in Ward 8, and Vincent Orange in the At-Large seat — earned negative championship points for taking the lead in actions against our community.



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