Sunday, August 16, 2015 | DC Vote - Press Release | James Jones

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For more information contact: James Jones, Communications Director 202.462.6000 x112 office / 202.557.4864 mobile / jjones@dcvote.org / www.dcvote.org

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: August 16, 2015

DC Vote Mourns the Loss of Julian Bond

The DC Voting rights community is mourning the loss of civil and human rights icon, Julian Bond. He died on Saturday at the age of 75.

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For more information contact: James Jones, Communications Director 202.462.6000 x112 office / 202.557.4864 mobile / jjones@dcvote.org / www.dcvote.org

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 27, 2015

Press Release

For more information contact: James Jones, Communications Director 202.462.6000 x112 office / 202.557.4864 mobile / jjones@dcvote.org / www.dcvote.org

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 20, 2015

DCPS Students, Teachers Head to Capitol Hill to Call for DC Equality

DC Vote advocacy day will give Hill staff first-hand look at impact of disenfranchisement

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For more information contact: James Jones, Communications Director 202.462.6000 x112 office / 202.557.4864 mobile / jjones@dcvote.org / www.dcvote.org

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 7, 2014

DC Vote and National Coalition Send Letter to Congress Opposing “Riders” on DC Spending Bill

Contact Person: Elizabeth Myrick

Phone:  202 368 9949

E-mail: emyrick4@gmail.com 

 

Two MC students named in class of seven 2015 Frank Karel Fellows in the United States

Monday, April 13, 2015 | DC Vote - Press Release | DC Vote

Reports find that Washingtonian's top priorities are affordable housing and quality of social services.

WASHINGTON—Talking Transition DC released two reports today, April 10th, 2015, that capture the opinions of nearly 9,000 DC residents and offer policy recommendations for Mayor Bowser on issues such as housing affordability, the quality of social services, and equal access to quality employment and education.

Group Will Object to Members Using DC Residents as Political Pawns 

WHEN: Wednesday, April 1, 9:00 A.M – 11:00 A.M

WHERE: Office of Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL), 284 Senate Russell Building. We will move from Sen. Rubio’s office to the offices of Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) 185 Dirksen and Senator James Lankford (R-OK) B40C Senate Dirksen Building. We will then proceed to the office of Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH)   1524 Longworth House Office Building.

DC Vote executive director Kimberly Perry issued the following statement in response to Senator Rubio and Rep. Jordan's introduction of legislation attacking DC's local laws.

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