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District of Columbia Democratic State Committee

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District of Columbia Democratic State Committee

District of Columbia Democratic State Committee
Headquarters Washington, DC
Ideology American liberalism
National affiliation Democratic Party
Colors Blue
Politics of the United States
Political parties

The District of Columbia Democratic State Committee is the affiliate of the Democratic Party in the District of Columbia

Democrats make up 75 percent of the registered voters in the District of Columbia, while 7 percent are registered with the Republican Party (represented by the District of Columbia Republican Committee), 1 percent with the D.C. Statehood Green Party, and 17 percent with no party or other.[1]

Elected Officials


As of October 7, 2010, the committee's officers are[2]

  • Chair: Anita Bonds
  • Vice chair: James Berry
  • Recording secretary: Christine Warnke
  • Corresponding secretary: Franklin Garcia
  • Treasurer: Bill O’ Field
  • National committeewoman: Estell Loyd
  • National committeeman: Vincent Orange
  • Alternate national committeewoman: Patricia Elwood
  • Alternate national committeeman: James S. Bubar


  1. ^ District of Columbia Board of Elections and Ethics. "Voter Registration Statistics". Retrieved 2008-08-13. 
  2. ^ District of Columbia Democratic State Committee. "About Us". Retrieved 2008-10-28. 

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