It’s 62 days until election day and most of you have probably made up your minds about whom you will vote in the general election. However, when it comes to local elections, most people have no idea how their District, Ward or advisory neighborhood commissions are divided or affect them. Local outlets such as Greater Greater Washington do a good job of bringing hyperlocal politics news, and reasons why you should run for these nonpartisan offices. OpenANC allows you to learn more about your own single-member district, so you know the names of the people in the race. As is now a tradition, The Hill is Home is publishing candidate statements in the order in which we’ve received them, so you know a little more about the people running and don’t go into the voting booth (or mail-in ballot) blind. –Maria Helena Carey
Statement from Patricia Stamper, ANC 7C04
Strengthen– My family and I are members of the (DCA) Deanwood Civic Association. I encourage you to join and participate in the DCA.
Advocacy– I will contact and work with DC agencies to ensure that Deanwood residents concerns are addressed.
Leadership– I will provide leadership to our neighborhood by listening, collaborating and guiding community conversations while enforcing social distancing protocols (outdoor) (weather permitting) format or in a virtual space.
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