“D.C. Council member Elissa Silverman said she wants District voters to reelect her on Nov. 8 so she can continue helping people thrive and be productive in the city.
“I would like to serve another term because I have a lot more to accomplish and I am eager to do it,” Silverman said. “I am eager to work on policies that make this city a better place for families in regards to education, housing and public safety.”
Silverman hopes to serve a third, four-year term on the council. A legislator since 2015, the former Washington City Paper and Washington Post journalist has established herself as a progressive voice on the council who asks probing questions regarding policies of the Bowser administration and has been known to challenge the leadership of the legislative body itself.”
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