Elissa Silverman for DC Council At-Large

  • Integrity in the District's government and elections.
  • Accountability for spending your hard-earned tax dollars.
  • Investing in D.C. to make sure every neighborhood has high performing public schools, reliable and safe public transportation, access to adult literacy and job training that puts residents on career pathways, and housing that is affordable.  

Join our campaign to elect Elissa Silverman for At-Large Member of the D.C. Council on November 4, 2014!

  • Upcoming events

    Ward 7 Canvassing
    Saturday, September 20, 2014 at 11:00 AM
    TBD
    District of Pi Reception
    Monday, September 22, 2014 at 06:00 PM
    District of Pi in Washington, DC

    Please join Lori Bettinger, Rebecca Brink, Jeff Francer, Dale Leibach, Phil Oliff, Kathy Patterson and Sam Rosen-Amy for a fundraising reception to elect DC Council At-Large Candidate Elissa Silverman, with special guest Charles Allen, the Ward 6 DC Council Democratic nominee.

    Elissa has focused her career on working to make D.C. government more inclusive, transparent, and accessible. She is a former reporter for the Washington Post and City Paper and a budget analyst for the DC Fiscal Policy Institute. She was a leader in the successful campaign to raise the minimum wage in DC and to win paid sick days for restaurant workers in DC.

    Suggested minimum donation: $100 ($50 for govt. and non-profit)

    Please make checks payable to "Elissa 2014" or donate online at https://elissa2014.nationbuilder.com/donate

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  • From the blog

    Another HUGE Endorsement: Metropolitan Council AFL-CIO

    The Metropolitan Washington Council AFL-CIO announced early this morning that they are endorsing me as their sole candidate for the at-large council race.  The Labor Council includes 200 affiliated unions representing 150,000 area union members. I couldn't be prouder to accept this endorsement, and the incredible volunteer energy and resources that come with it.  

    I have stood with working families, and once again working families are standing with me.

    I have worked side-by-side with members of these unions, advocating for affordable housing, fair wages, and the rights of workers to earn sick days, and I am looking forward to working side by side with them on the council to expand opportunities for all D.C. residents and workers to thrive.  

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    Reminder: DC Statehood Hearing TODAY

    Just a reminder that I will be joining DC for Democracy, DC Vote, statehood champion Josh Burch, and many other committed residents to show the Senate the strength of our movement for full citizenship rights.  3:00 pm TODAY

    SD-342

    Dirksen Senate Office Building

    I hope to see you there!

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