Dec 192020

The Socialist Workers Party candidate for Delegate to U.S. House from the District of Columbia, Omari Musa, polled 6,702 votes last month.  If he had polled as much as 7,500 votes, the SWP would now be ballot-qualified in D.C. Only once has the SWP been a qualified party in D.C.,  That was immediately after the 1976 election, when the SWP polled 11,237 votes for Dorothy Hawkinson, its nominee for City-Council-at-Large. Musa polled almost as many…

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