All posts tagged "elections"

  • Booth Buddy

    Parties and Places Bounty of different ballots mark D.C. primaries Washingtonians have a reputation for living and breathing politics. Certainly that's more true for some...

  • Priming the Primaries

    In one of the peculiarities of the District, the Democratic primary Sept. 14 is largely the local equivalent of what other jurisdictions nationwide will experience...

  • Political Split

    Four months after being fired from his post as the director of the D.C. Department of Parks and Recreation -- the highest openly gay appointee...

  • Final Countdown

    It's a pleasantly humid autumn night in the nation's capital. But on this Tuesday, Nov. 4, along with the drizzle, there is electricity in the...

  • Moving Forward

    Lately I've been saying that on Nov. 4, the lies about Sen. Barack Obama would finally end - and the lies about President-elect Obama would...

  • Outing the Vote

    According to figures posted by the D.C. Board of Elections and Ethics, the District of Columbia counts about 330,000 registered voters. About 90 percent of...

  • Gay History Project

    In this election season, the Gay History Project has attempted to interview both the Democratic and Republican candidates for president, using the same format: the...

  • Virginia's Historic Moment

    Lawrence Webb made history this month. May 6 saw several elections across Virginia, including the race for three seats on the Falls Church City Council....

  • Powerful endorsement

    At their Monday, May 12, meeting, members of the Gertrude Stein Democratic Club voted to endorse candidates in several upcoming District elections. ''For Ward 2,...

  • Going for Barack

    ''We are one people.'' It is easy to say, but we have struggled over it for 232 years. The charismatic speaker, who once wrestled with...