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- Gabe Klein Director, the District Department of Transportation (DDOT)
- Sommer Mathis Editor-in-Chief, DCist
- Thomas Graham President, Pepco
- Joe Woomer Director of Distribution Reliability, Dominion Virginia Power
- Isiah Leggett Montgomery County Executive (D)
- Jack Johnson County Executive, Prince George's County, Maryland
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