November 4, 2020 •
Eleanor Holmes Norton Reelected as D.C. Non-Voting Delegate to the U.S. House of Representatives
On November 3, Democratic Party candidate Eleanor Holmes Norton won re-election to the district’s U.S. House Non-Voting Delegate seat for the District of Columbia.
Holmes, who has held the office since 1991, beat Libertarian Party candidate Patrick Hynes and six other declared candidates.
In her position as a non-voting member of the House, Norton can perform most of the duties and responsibilities of members from states but may not vote for or against the final passage of legislation.
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