Tuesday, 12 June 2018 17:21

Our DC Statehood Questionnaire

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What Have You Done For DC Statehood?


  1. On a scale of 1 to 5 (5 being highest), how important do you think DC statehood is and why?

  2. Name three specific things you have done to improve the achievement of DC statehood?

  3. If elected, what are three specific things you will do to advance the DC Statehood Movement?

  4. Would you risk arrest in support of DC statehood?  Why or why not?

  5. Should the DC Statehood Delegation be paid for their work?  Why or why not?

  6. What do you rank as the most important aspect of a lack of DC statehood and why?

          a. No voting representation in either House of the United States Congress;

          b. Congress’ ability to veto or change our local budget;

          c. Congress’ ability to veto or change our local laws;

          d. Our inability to appoint or elect our local judges.



Charles Allen (D) - standing for re-election, DC Council (Ward 6)

Michael D. Brown (D) - standing for re-election, U.S. Senator (DC-Shadow)

Kim R. Ford (D) - running for Delegate to Congress (DC)

Franklin Garcia (D)- standing for re-election, U.S. Representative (DC-Shadow)

Jeremiah Lowery (D) - running for DC Council (At-Large)

Martin Moulton (Libertarian) - running for Mayor (DC)

Brianne Nadeau (D) - standing for re-election, DC Council (Ward 1)

Eleanor Holmes Norton (D) - standing for re-election, Delegate to Congress (DC)

Joyce Robinson Paul (SG) - running for DC Council (Ward 5)

Karl Racine (D) - standing for re-election, Attorney General (DC)

David Schwartzman (SG) - running for DC Council (At-Large)

Natale "Lino" Stracuzzi (SG) - running for Delegate to Congress (DC)

Andria Thomas (D) - running for U.S. Senator (DC-Shadow)

Bradley Thomas (D) - running for DC Council (Ward 5)

Ann Wilcox (SG) - running for Mayor (DC)

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