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The DC Council meets at the Wilson Building, 14th and Pennsylvania NW. (Borderstan file photo)

The race for DC Council At-Large is in full swing.  Here is your chance to meet the candidates and ask questions.

This Wednesday, March 13, from 7 to 9 pm at the Washington Plaza Hotel, 10 Logan Circle NW, candidates for DC Council At-Large seat will be meeting at a public forum.

The event is sponsored by Logan Circle Community Association, The New Cambridge Tenants’ Association, ANC 2F/Logan and the Urban Neighborhood Alliance.

The candidates invited are Anita Bonds, Michael A. Brown, Matthew Frumin, Patrick Mara, Perry Redd, Ellissa Silverman and Paul Zukerberg.

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Click for a larger map: The new ANC 2F/Logan map for the 2012 election. (DC Board of Elections)

On Wednesday, September 12, The Logan Circle Community Association (LCCA) will host a Candidates’ Forum at the Washington Plaza Hotel (10 Thomas Circle NW) to hear this year’s ANC 2F candidates present brief statements and participate in a Q&A session with community members.

LCCA President Tim Christensen will moderate, and refreshments will be served at the forum, which runs from 7 until 9 pm.

2 New Districts, 3 Contested Races

To coincide with the population increase in the Logan Circle neighborhood, Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC) 2F is expanding this year from six to eight Single Member Districts (SMDs). ANC 2F has three contested races in SMDs 02 (with candidates Adam Stempel, Walt Cain and James Baker), 04 (with candidates John Fanning and Joel Heisey) and 08 (with candidates Matthew Connolly and Howard Marks).

For more information on the Candidates’ Forum, visit the LCCA website or contact Kristin Thompson (kristin.thompson[AT] or Tim Christensen (tim.christensen[AT]

The ANC elections will be held on November 6, 2012.

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