DC Democratic Party District-Level Delegate Election Results

WASHINGTON, DC — The DC Democratic Party conducted an online election using an encrypted ballot for District-Level Delegates to the Democratic National Convention. The allocation of the District-Level Delegates will not be final until we know the outcome of the June 2nd Democratic Primary Elections.


Thirteen (13) district-level delegates will be elected and are divided by two (2) Congressional Districts, each consisting of four (4) wards. Congressional District 1 includes wards 1, 2, 6, and 8. There will be four (4) male and three (3) female district-level delegates elected. Congressional District 2 includes wards 3, 4, 5, and 7. There will be three (3) male and three (3) female district-level delegates elected.


Over 1,000 DC Democrats voted, and there were 64 total candidates. A list of the candidates, including their pictures and bios can be found at dcdemocraticparty.org/candidates-for-delegate. The district-level delegate election results by campaign and congressional district are as follows:


Females running to represent Joe Biden in Congressional District 1 (Wards 1, 2, 6, and 8)

Monica L. Roaché, #DC4Biden — 169 (14.0%)

Charlotte Clymer, #Ready4Joe — 161 (13.3%)

Pamela Gomez, #DC4Biden — 146 (12.1%)

Dorinda "Rindi" White, #Ready4Joe — 145 (12.0%)

Donna Scheeder, DC Democrats for Biden — 101 (8.4%)

Elizabeth Weaver Engel, #Ready4Joe — 101 (8.4%)

Tori Collins, DC Democrats for Biden — 83 (6.9%)

Jessica Dohmen, DC Democrats for Biden — 73 (6.0%)

Sara Aviel, No Malarkey Democrats — 66 (5.5%)

Sonya Clay, No Malarkey Democrats — 66 (5.5%)

Carol A. Cowgill, No Malarkey Democrats — 60 (5.0%)

Katharine Urbank — 19 (1.6%)

Rebecca Anne Cooke-Rodriguez — 19 (1.6%)


Males running to represent Joe Biden in Congressional District 1 (Wards 1, 2, 6, and 8)

Tommy Wells, #Ready4Joe — 200 (12.9%)

Brandon Frye, #DC4Biden — 141 (9.1%)

Troy Donté Prestwood, #DC4Biden — 139 (9.0%)

John Carlos Green, #DC4Biden — 119 (7.7%)

William Pierce, III, #Ready4Joe — 96 (6.2%)

Matt LaFortune, #Ready4Joe — 93 (6.0%)

Hansen Mak, #Ready4Joe — 90 (5.8%)

Don Dinan, DC Democrats for Biden — 82 (5.3%)

Charles Thornton, We Won't Mute Our DC Vote #Biden — 78 (5.0%)

Sergio A. Espinosa, No Malarkey Democrats — 75 (4.8%)

Mark Nichols, DC Democrats for Biden — 72 (4.6%)

Andrew L. Gerst, DC Democrats for Biden — 69 (4.4%)

Brian Romanowski, No Malarkey Democrats — 68 (4.4%)

Adam Mortillaro, DC Democrats for Biden — 63 (4.1%)

Thaxton Blaise Springfield, No Malarkey Democrats — 57 (3.7%)

Bryan Michael Lassiter, No Malarkey Democrats — 55 (3.5%)

Andrew McCarthy-Clark — 18 (1.2%)

Thomas Kuchenberg — 18 (1.2%)

Richard Lum — 14 (0.9%)

Ray Nicholson Roper — 6 (0.4%)


Females running to represent Joe Biden in Congressional District 2 (Wards 3, 4, 5, and 7)

Dr. Christine Warnke, We Won't Mute Our DC Vote #Biden — 181 (14.1%)

Krysten S. Thomas, Next Generation Democrats for Biden — 167 (13.0%)

Jennifer Blemur, Next Generation Democrats for Biden — 150 (11.7%)

Corina Garay, Next Generation Democrats for Biden — 140 (10.9%)

Monika Nemeth, We Won't Mute Our DC Vote #Biden — 137 (10.7%)

Julie Rones, Ridin with Biden — 109 (8.5%)

Marlena D. Edwards — 80 (6.2%)

Emily Singer Lucio, Ridin with Biden — 70 (5.5%)

Daniela Ochoa González — 67 (5.2%)

Annalise Myre, DUMP TRUMP — 65 (5.1%)

Peggy Asante — 29 (2.3%)

Caroline Kenney — 26 (2.0%)

Katie Phillips — 16 (1.2%)

Maria Denise Reddick — 16 (1.2%)

Amy Troutmiller — 11 (0.9%)

Amy Beth Hall — 9 (0.7%)

Priscilla B. Rope — 9 (0.7%)


Males running to represent Joe Biden in Congressional District 2 (Wards 3, 4, 5, and 7)

Charles Gaither, We Won't Mute Our DC Vote #Biden — 180 (13.7%)

Harry Thomas, We Won't Mute Our DC Vote #Biden — 159 (12.1%)

Walter Peacock, Next Generation Democrats for Biden — 154 (11.7%)

Zachary Israel, Next Generation Democrats for Biden — 146 (11.1%)

Norman D. Nixon, We Won't Mute Our DC Vote #Biden — 138 (10.5%)

Noah Wills, Next Generation Democrats for Biden — 122 (9.3%)

Dave Donaldson, Ridin with Biden — 102 (7.8%)

Bradley A. Thomas — 74 (5.6%)

Douglass Sloan, Dump Trump — 74 (5.6%)

Adam Rubinson, Dump Trump — 68 (5.2%)

Larry Allen, Dump Trump — 52 (4.0%)

Matthew Shapanka — 12 (0.9%)

William Frederick Rope — 12 (0.9%)

Matthew J. Kilboy — 11 (0.8%)

Ioan Suciu — 8 (0.6%)


Females running to represent Bernie Sanders in Congressional District 1 (Wards 1, 2, 6, and 8)

Emily Dalgo, DSAers for Bernie — 72 (41.1%)

Telisha Leann Conklin — 55 (31.4%)

Georgia A Sambunaris — 48 (27.4%)


Males running to represent Bernie Sanders in Congressional District 1 (Wards 1, 2, 6, and 8)

Timothy Zhu, DSAers for Bernie — 48 (21.9%)

Anas "Andy" Shallal — 39 (17.8%)

Ryan Nesbit — 23 (10.5%)

Kishan Yerubandi — 22 (10.0%)

Inocencio Chavez — 18 (8.2%)

Alex Lawson — 16 (7.3%)

Christopher T Bangs — 16 (7.3%)

Mazen Aljutaili — 14 (6.4%)

Laith Abutaleb — 13 (5.9%)

George Schick — 5 (2.3%)

Andrew Oetman — 3 (1.4%)

Michael Arnold — 2 (0.9%)


Females running to represent Bernie Sanders in Congressional District 2 (Wards 3, 4, 5, and 7)

Andrea Crooms, Equity Democrats — 48 (24.0%)

Dr. Cicily Hampton, Equity Democrats — 48 (24.0%)

Haley Rasmussen, Equity Democrats — 43 (21.5%)

Jessica Castro — 25 (12.5%)

Delores Fields — 16 (8.0%)

Antonia Ramos — 10 (5.0%)

Coley Amber Smith — 5 (2.5%)

Erin Murphy — 5 (2.5%)



Males running to represent Bernie Sanders in Congressional District 2 (Wards 3, 4, 5, and 7)

Anthony Field, Equity Democrats — 45 (22.2%)

Imara D. Crooms, Equity Democrats — 40 (19.7%)

Samuel Bonar, Equity Democrats — 34 (16.7%)

Brandon Hinke, DSAers for Bernie — 28 (13.8%)

Gerald Lorentz — 17 (8.4%)

Clayton Aristotle Rosenberg — 13 (6.4%)

Kendall Bryan — 12 (5.9%)

Julian Sena — 9 (4.4%)

Sebastian Mendez — 5 (2.5%)


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