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DC Residents Demand Vote

El Pregonero, news, Posted: Aug 15, 2009

WASHINGTON, D.C.- A campaign that calls for giving residents of the nation's capital the right to vote for a representative in Congress has been expanded with Spanish-language ads. "I am DC, I demand the vote" is the message DC Vote Campaign has posted all over the city, reports El Pregonero. According to the organization, the campaign is responding to all the messages they have received online and that show the diversity of D.C.'s population. "Residents are demanding congressional representation in their own words on our site," said Ilir Zherka, DC Vote executive director.


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