01 May The Washington Post Endorses Brooke Pinto
The Washington Post endorsed Brooke Pinto for Ward 2’s seat on the DC Council. Read what the post said about Brooke below.
“The race in Ward 2 has attracted the most attention. Longtime representative Jack Evans, who resigned in January as the council was poised to expel him for ethical violations, is seeking to reclaim the seat. We supported expelling Mr. Evans if he refused to resign, and we cannot endorse his return. Fortunately, several other candidates are well qualified. Community leaders John Fanning and Patrick Kennedy have solid records and agendas, but the best choice is Brooke Pinto, a former assistant D.C. attorney general who would give Ward 2 a needed new start. She performed valuable work on tax matters and policy issues such as hate crimes and consumer fraud. Unlike some candidates promising the sky under the banner of progressive justice, she is steeped in reality and would hit the ground running with grit and smarts.”
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