On Saturday, D.C.’s Republicans took to the polls to make their mark on the contentious 2016 primary season. Although the city is predominantly Democratic, G.O.P. voters in the capital have a disproportionately large impact on the national convention in July. We talk with the head of Washington, D.C.’s Republican Party about the results of their primary.


  • Patrick Mara Republican Candidate for D.C. Council (At-Large)

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