Mazel Tov to all of 2018 our endorsed candidates!

Thanks to everyone who ran for office, canvassed, phonebanked, or voted in 2018! Stay tuned for our first round of 2020 endorsements, coming soon!

The JUFJ Campaign Fund is proud to endorse:

Janeese Lewis George for Ward 4

Janeese Lewis George will be a champion for working families and everyday residents in Ward 4 and across the District. She has deep roots in the Ward, and is willing to take on entrenched special interests from big businesses to wealthy megadonors. She understands from personal experience that Ward 4 residents need elected leaders who will fight displacement, stand up for workers, and interrupt cycles of violence without relying on broken mass incarceration policies. And she has a plan to win. Lewis George’s bold vision for Ward 4 and DC will make her an incredible addition to the DC Council.

Jordan Grossman for Ward 2

Jordan Grossman fights for progressive values, not whatever is politically expedient. His love for Ward 2 and all of DC, where his mother and grandmother were born and raised, shone through in his interview with JUFJ Campaign Fund’s endorsement team. In a crowded field of challengers to the current Ward 2 Councilmember, Grossman stands out because of his consistent commitment to equity throughout his career, and his plan to use his office to partner with community advocates in the struggle for justice. He’ll speak out for all Ward 2 residents and will be a strong progressive voice on the Council.

Jews United for Jordan

DC Events

  • Canvass for Jordan Grossman in Ward 2!

    December 15 | 11:00 am1:00 pm

    Join the JUFJ Campaign Fund to knock doors for progressive Ward 2 DC Council candidate Jordan Grossman!

  • DC Community Meeting 2020

    January 12, 2020 | 1:00 pm4:00 pm

    Join JUFJ and the Jews United for Justice Campaign Fund to learn more about our priority campaign work for 2020. We’ll be discussing our coalition work to support full funding for the Birth to Three for All Act and to pass legislation that will advance racial equity in DC, as well as how you can hel…

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