Greater Greater Washington’s ANC endorsements were just announced. Greater Greater Washington represents, per their About page, those who want to “live and work in places with sidewalks, bike lanes, and frequent transit; with grocery stores, parks, and plenty of housing choices at attainable prices; that is accessible and welcoming to people of all income levels and backgrounds.”
In short, these are the candidates who are better on transportation, housing, and equity issues.
I'm proud to have received the GGWash endorsement this year for ANC Dupont Circle 2B03.
Make sure to fill out the back of your ballot before mailing it in or dropping it off! The full list is here.
ANC 2B03: Robin Nunn. Robin is very dedicated, experienced, fair, and involved. She'll be great.
Former Dupont Circle Citizens Association president, Founder of Dupont Forum and Former Dupont ANC Commissioner
Hi, I’m Aaron Landry, Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner in Dupont Circle, Washington, D.C., for the 2019-2020 term. I am Secretary of the Commission, and Chair of the Commission’s Zoning, Preservation, and Development Committee. Thank you, neighbors, for working with me on neighborhood issues in the last two years. We’ve accomplished a lot together, and helped make some positive changes. While I am not running for reelection, please make sure to research the ANC candidates before voting as there are some very serious differences between many of them. I am strongly supporting candidates who prioritize working with all neighbors fairly and openly.
Former Dupont Circle ANC Commissioner
As a former ANC2B03 commissioner for 5 and a half years, I endorse Robin Nunn's candidacy. She would be a strong voice for her constituents and a valuable addition to the Dupont Circle ANC.
Former ANC2B03 Dupont Circle Commissioner
Dear fellow Dupont Circle Neighbors,
I'm voting for Robin Nunn for the Dupont Circle Advisory Neighborhood Commission to represent Single Member District 2B03. The position is currently vacant. We have a lot of great candidates running for the ANC. Our district needs someone who is balanced, practical, reasonable yet passionate about local social justice issues. I want someone representing me who has the experience to tackle the important but detailed work of the ANC that directly affects the quality of our neighborhood. Robin fits the bill.
When I spoke with Robin, I really liked her positions on pedestrian safety, crime and caring for residents of our neighborhood who aren't stably housed. She also committed to me that she would make a contribution to promoting civility in the ANC's deliberations.
We are very lucky to have someone of Robin's experience and character running for this sometimes thankless office. To my fellow neighbors of 2B03, I urge you to vote for Robin Nunn for ANC.
Resident at 19th & Corcoran Streets NW
I am a resident in ANC 2B03, a neighbor of Robin Nunn, and am running for election to the District of Columbia State Board of Education for Ward 2. Robin was born in the Washington area and owns a place on the corner of 17th and R Street where she has lived for many years. I know Robin to be a woman of integrity and a deeply engaged member of the community. In addition to being an active member of the Homelessness Committee and numerous other community groups (including the Board of the Duke Ellington School of the Arts, of which I am also a strong supporter!), she co-founded the Ward 2 Women's Alliance. Robin is not simply an engaged, trusted and results-driven advocate but is someone who truly cares about her community. As a small example of Robin's commitment to service, I can attest that she paid for and delivered groceries to a poor, disabled neighbor as recently as last week.
Dupont Circle resident, Candidate for DC State Board of Education