“I championed the tax cap that started out at 25%, went down to 10%, and I’m looking to see if we can even lower it further so that people in the city, all across the city, who own homes won’t find themselves in the situation where their property taxes are driving them out. And on the senior level, again I have a bill that moved out of my committee, that if you’re a senior citizen and you earn less than 60,000, are 75 years old …Read More »
By John Weber
Tonight, the Gertrude Stein Democratic Club—DC’s largest LGBT political organization—will hold its mayoral endorsement forum.
The candidates will all proclaim their support for the gay community. But, Jack will be able to offer more than just words. Unlike any other candidate, he has a 23-year record to back up his commitments.
Jack has consistently proven himself to be one of the LGBTQ community’s most crucial allies in the DC government. During his first term on the DC Council in 1991, he led the charge to repeal the District’s sodomy …Read More »
Evans has prided himself in helping to clean up the neighborhood and bring new jobs and businesses to the residents. It’s a project that he has frequently referred to during his mayoral campaign.
“When I came to the D.C. Council in ’91, we were like Detroit today,” Evans said. “Today we are one of the most dynamic cities.”
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