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- Jonetta Rose Barras WAMU resident political analyst and columnist for "The Examiner"
- Elissa Silverman Reporter, The Washington Post
- Eugene Kinlow Outreach Director, DC Vote; Former President, Ward 8 Democrats
- David Catania D.C. Councilmember (I-At Large); Chairman of the Committee on Health
- Dennis Rubin Chief, Fire and Emergency Medical Services, District of Columbia
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