Jeff Gray breaks down Republican electoral strategies for the 2020 presidential election.
Content categorized as Elections
Paul Infante argues for greater help from the D.C. government on shower access during COVID-19.
Advocates worry the absence of face-to-face meetings between them and the people they serve, as well as the extra steps involved in registering to vote by mail without a stable address, are going to harm voter turnout.
Candidates for DC Council respond to questions about housing, homelessness, health care, jobs, and maintaining the city’s safety net during the economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.
Jeff Taylor, a Street Sense Media vendor, offers his impressions on the upcoming presidential election.
William Merrifield, Esq. advocates for prioritizing placing people experiencing homelessness in affordable housing, especially during the coronavirus pandemic. He highlights social housing as an overlooked solution.
An artist/vendor explains the importance of every vote.
Leonard Hyater looks to the Bible for guidance in the wake of the 2016 election.
Vendor and artist Dwayne Butler calls for peace and patience in the wake of the Presidential election.
A vendor shares her thoughts on the upcoming election.
A vendor gives his take on the presidential candidates.
Vendor and advocate Robert Warren writes about the need to make affordable housing a priority this election.
Virginia election officials with New Virginia Majority describe the difficulties of registering to vote. They explain why voter fraud is rare and how voter ID laws disproportionately affect the economically disadvantaged.
See where the candidates for D.C.’s 2016 Primaries stand on issues affecting the District’s un-housed community
On March 25, 2015 Thurgood Marshall Academy in Southeast, Washington D.C. held a candidates forum for the 13 candidates currently campaigning for the vacant Ward… Read more »
On Jan. 8, advocates took a major step in the right direction: the “right to housing” direction. They appeared at a public meeting held by… Read more »
Jeffery McNeil gives his 2012 election predictions.
A poem about the 2012 election by artist/vendor Chris Shaw
From “Inspiration” Long I dwelt in this domain, Knew no sorrow, grief, or pain; Now you bid me forth and free, Will you shut these… Read more »
Poverty has gotten only passing attention during this presidential election year. But a unique coalition of evangelical and ecumenical religious groups called the Circle of… Read more »