The District needs strong, ethical leaders who will stand for equality and justice, and work for the people of our city. And with DC’s crowded elections it’s hard to sift through the candidates and know who these people are, what they stand for, and whether they will actually follow through on their campaign promises.  

That’s why we started the JUFJ Campaign Fund: to help you decide who to vote for, and to make it clear to candidates that we expect them to fight for us.

In November, DC voters will cast ballots for DC Council. These are the leaders who will shape the future of our city. Will the District be a place where everyone can live, work, and thrive? Or will it be an enclave where only a lucky few can afford to live, pricing out longtime, hardworking residents?

Learn about past endorsed candidates for the November 8, 2016 General Election:

Trayon White (Ward 8) has dedicated his life to serving and fighting for his community. For more than a decade, Trayon has been organizing for a better future for all Ward 8 residents, particularly for the most vulnerable people. Through dogged determination and grassroots support, he beat four better-funded competitors in a special election for school board in 2011. And last year, Trayon came within 78 votes of winning the special election for this seat. www.trayonwhite8.com

Robert White (At Large) is a fifth-generation Washingtonian, with a strong record of public service and policy experience, having worked for Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton and AG Karl Racine. Robert is committed to making this city a place in which everyone - including those who now struggle to make ends meet - can work, live and raise a family. www.robertwhiteatlarge.com

David GrossoDavid Grosso (At Large) is a native Washingtonian who has served on the DC Council since 2013. As chair of the Committee on Education, he has invested in schools with the greatest needs and supported programs outside of the school that set kids up to succeed in the classroom. A strong champion of DC Paid Family and Medical Leave, Councilmember Grosso has offered innovative policy solutions to the pressing needs of hardworking Washingtonians. www.grossoatlarge.com

Stay tuned for ways to get involved as we work for a strong, progressive DC Council.