Thursday, November 6, 2008

Election results in the area

The DC Board of Elections and Ethics has posted the results, it looks like Ward One voted with the winners in most cases. Neighborhood listserve character William Jordan won his ANC race, as did South Columbia Heights Neighborhood Association president Sedrick Muhammad. Dee Hunter, also a candidate for at-large city council, lost her his ANC race, while most others were a landslide.

You can also break down the results by precinct to get more detailed results.

4 comments:

  1. William Jordan may have won, but at least the city is rid of Frank Winstead and Leroy Thorpe. Cue the crackdown on D'Vines and the wine bar (while ignoring real problem liquor stores) in 3, 2, 1...

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  2. Dee Hunter is a he. Not a she.

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  3. Jordan only got 69% of the vote in his unopposed ANC race. No other unopposed candidate got less than 90%.

    Telling, that. If he behaves like an ass in this position, which seems likely, he'll be gone in the next election.

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  4. Understandable, but faulty analysis.

    Nat

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