Four pickup petitions for At-Large council run

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‘District #45’
courtesy of ‘Chris Rief aka Spodie Odie’

This morning was the first day that interested parties could pickup petitions to be on the ballot for the special election to replace Kwame Brown’s At-Large council seat.  Four people picked up petitions as of 11am:

  • Sekou Biddle, Ward 4 School Board Member
  • Stanley Mayes, Ward 1 Political Activist
  • Joshua Lopez, Ward 4 Organizer for Adrian Fenty
  • Jacque Patterson, Former Policy Analyst & Community Affairs Coordinator, DC City Government

Petitions are due back on February 16th and can begin circulating tomorrow.

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