Our 2012 DC election coverage will focus on issues
Washington, DC's next primary election is scheduled for April 3, 2012. With roughly 7 months until that day, candidates and story lines are beginning to emerge. This post will explain what readers can expect from Greater Greater Washington throughout election season.
Our goal will be to examine the issues and races with the same depth and passion that we apply to our everyday coverage. Our editorial lens will be trained on the issues, not the political horse race.
We will do our best to reach out to all candidates, and hope to give each one a chance to tell their story and engage on important topics.
Greater Greater Washington will continue to make endorsements, but our process for doing so will change slightly.
After we have watched, reported on, and analyzed each race, a small group of contributors will make and write endorsements. We will choose candidates that share our dedication to smart growth and development, progressive transportation options, good government, and social justice.
We're currently finalizing the endorsement process on our end, and will share the details with you within the next couple of weeks.
If you are running, or planning to run, and want to ensure that your voice is heard by GGW readers please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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