Vincent Orange (Democrat, incumbent)
Office Sought: D.C. Council
Occupation: D.C. Council Member At-Large; attorney / CPA.
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
On the issues
What is the most urgent problem facing your jurisdiction?
My jurisdiction is the entire city. The city faces challenges of restoring ethical integrity to the D.C. government; rooting out government fraud, waste and abuse; ensuring our students have a curriculum and a modern learning environment to prepare them for college and/or succeed in a competitive workforce; creating, providing and connecting D.C. residents to D.C. jobs; building affordable housing and providing access to health care; providing government contracting opportunities for our local businesses; circulating taxpayer dollars within our neighborhoods, leading to a better living environment and a better quality of life; and helping the homeless to succeed and achieve.
Why should voters elect you?
Because I have a record of achievement second to none in this race. I will continue to lead in ethics, education, employment and economic development.
BS, business admin and BA, communications, Univ. of the Pacific; LL.M, taxation, Georgetown; JD, Howard Law School.
Offices and Positions Held
Chairman, D.C. Council Committee on Small & Local Bus. Development; DC Democratic Nat'l. committeeman, 2008-present; member, Ford's Theatre Board of Trustees; member, Leadership Greater Washington; member, Nat'l. Bar Assoc.; member, Washington Bar Assoc.; member, Greater Washington Soc. of CPAs; member, American Inst. CPAs; member, Metropolitan AME Church; member, Alpha Phi Alpha; past pres., Michigan Park Citizens Assoc.
PROJECT: Wilson Andrews, Jason Bartz, Ryan Kellett, Katie Parker, Leslie Passante and Serdar Tumgoren - The Washington Post. Published Oct. 8, 2012.
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