November 4, 2020 •
Elections Held for Seats on the Council of the District of Columbia
On November 3, four of the ward seats for the Council of the District of Columbia City were up for election.
Incumbent Trayon White won re-election for Washington D.C. City Council Ward 8.
Meanwhile, incumbent Vincent Gray retained his seat in the general election for the Ward 7 seat in the City Council.
Janeese Lewis George, who describes herself as a democratic socialist, won the City Council Ward 4 seat.
Incumbent Brooke Pinto, who won a special election in June, kept City Council Ward 2 position by winning the November 3 election.
Additionally, Robert White of the Democratic Party won an at-large seat with the council.
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