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Axios is an American news website based in Arlington County, Virginia. Washington D.C. Axios publishes its Voter Guide to inform readers about the candidates in the upcoming election.
The Black Voter Guide Project is a nonprofit, non-partisan engagement effort by ElevateHer, Inc., a 501(c )(3) tax-exempt organization. Being Well While Black (BWWB) brought together as many Black local residents as possible to share their top issues and priorities for our communities in 2022. This is an opportunity for you as a candidate to answer their questions and Black health concerns within Washington, DC. Answers will drive the development of our Black Voter Guide.
DC Voters for Animals is a political organization that coalesces the voice of the animal voter in Washington, DC. DCVFA is inclusive of all who want to pass laws for animals, whether wildlife, farm animals, or companion animals. By equipping ordinary citizens with the tools to be effective in the halls of DC Council, we can normalize strong animal policy and reshape our society’s relationship with non-human animals for the better.
Greater Greater Washington is a volunteer-driven, nonprofit organization that brings people together online and offline to discuss, organize, and advocate for an inclusive, diverse, growing Washington, DC region where all people can choose to live in walkable urban communities.
The Jews United for Justice Campaign Fund (JUFJ) is a grassroots community organization that is working toward a District of Columbia where everyone has what they need to live and be well, where all our residents live in dignity and have a voice in democracy, and where our government focuses on the well-being of all residents and prioritizes eliminating racial and economic inequities.
The League of Women Voters (LWV) is a nonpartisan, grassroots nonprofit dedicated to empowering everyone to participate fully in our democracy. With active Leagues in all 50 states and over 750 Leagues across the country, we engage in advocacy, education, litigation, and organizing to protect every American’s freedom to vote.
The Washington Post is an American daily newspaper published in Washington, D.C. It is the most widely circulated newspaper within the Washington metropolitan area and has a large international audience.
The Washington Teachers' Union advocates for funding and education policies to ensure that ALL students - regardless of race, ethnicity, immigration status, zip code, or luck in a school lottery - receive world-class educational opportunities that empower them to fulfill their limitless potential. Click to read Karim Marshall's WTU Questionnaire.