DC Council Candidates Forum on Youth Issues

Today, DC Students Speak, YouthPAC, and the DC Federation of College Democrats will host a forum for the candidates running for At-Large DC Council Seat. The date of the election is April 26th. At-Large DC Council Candidates Forum… Read More

DC Students Speak wraps up voter registration drive in dorms

[Editor’s Note: An earlier version of this post incorrectly reported that DC Student Speak’s voter registration drive ends today. In fact, only the dorm registration efforts end today. We apologize for the error.] Today marks the final day… Read More

SAFE referendum passes by overwhelming margin

Student activities fees are moving on up. Yesterday, GUSA’s Student Activities Fee Endowment reform passed referendum with 1,703 votes in favor and 743 against. The reform will increase the student activities fee to $62.50 per semester during the… Read More

Georgetown’s only competitive ANC race loses a candidate

It’s kind of a big deal that Jeff Jones and Michael Savage both filed to run for a seat on Georgetown’s Advisory Neighborhood Commission. Was a big deal, that is. The contested election, which would have been Georgetown’s… Read More

Ward 2 Councilman Jack Evans will run for City Council Chair

With current City Council Chairman Vincent Gray having confirmed that he will challenge Adrian Fenty for mayor in 2010, Ward 2 Councilmember Jack Evans (D), who represents over a dozen nearby neighborhoods along with Georgetown, where he resides,… Read More

D.C. Councilmember and alum David Catania probably running for fourth term

D.C. Councilmember and Georgetown alum David Catania (I-At Large)(SFS ’90, LAW ’94) made headlines in 2009.

GUSA Roundup: Special elections spectacular

Tracy Flick for GUSA Senate! SPECIAL ELECTION RESULTS: The election commission ran a successful special election that culminated in the election of the following senators: Townhouses: Matthew Ginsberg with 35 votes Harbin 6-9: Clara Gustafson with 46 votes… Read More

Election Night at Georgetown

Oh wait, that was yesterday? D.C. elections roundup.

Four more years! 228,062 people, or 53.44 percent of registered D.C. voters, flooded the polls yesterday for the Nov. 4th general elections, and the D.C. Board of Election & Ethics handled them with less difficulty than we expected…. Read More

How to get the most food out of election night parties

It’s election day, and that means giveaways, including free Starbucks and Ben & Jerry’s. Georgetown clubs will also be giving away free food, but if you don’t keep a tight schedule you can’t take advantage of all the… Read More