Washington, DC - Following the July 31 campaign finance deadline, Ward 2 D.C. Council candidate Patrick Kennedy released the following statement:
“I’m proud of the outpouring of support we’ve received, including multiple contributions from all eight wards and from every precinct in Ward 2,” said Patrick Kennedy. “With more than 200 D.C. residents contributing to our campaign, and more than 100 of them from Ward 2, we’ve successfully built on the momentum we’ve received after earning the endorsement of half of the Advisory Neighborhood Commissioners in the ward.”
Facts about Patrick Kennedy’s July 31 campaign finance report:
More than 200 D.C. residents have contributed
More than 100 Ward 2 residents have contributed
Multiple contributors from all eight wards
Residents from every Ward 2 precinct have contributed
More than three dozen current and former Advisory Neighborhood Commissioners have contributed
Contributors include current and former members of the State Board of Education
Once the Office of Campaign Finance certifies Patrick under the Fair Elections Program, they will release matching funds and a $20,000 start-up grant. The total cash on hand figure will be available soon.
Patrick Kennedy is a four-term Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner in Foggy Bottom, running to restore integrity to the Council, expand access to transportation and affordable housing, and ensure every child has a pathway to a quality school. From helping save the School Without Walls at Francis-Stevens to securing safety upgrades for Ward 2 streets, Patrick has delivered for our neighborhoods and will do so again on the D.C. Council. Endorsed by 17 Ward 2 Advisory Neighborhood Commissioners, Patrick is the clear choice of community leaders.