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    Education Reform

    Education reform is near and dear to the heart of Vincent Orange. Given a chance by a good education, Vincent Orange worked hard to become an accomplished businessman, lawyer and city councilmember. » Read More

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    Fiscal Responsibility

    As Councilmember At-Large, Vincent Orange will tackle the tough financial challenges facing our City. Clearly, he has the financial background and experience to face the tough financial challenges head on. » Read More

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    Government Oversight

    The District of Columbia's unemployment rate is 10.4 percent. However, east of the river, the unemployment rates are double digits and growing. In ward 8 the unemployment rate is 30 percent and in Ward 7 in excess of 20 percent unemployment. These unemployment rates are not only alarming, but also when one realizes that the government of the District of Columbia is funding city projects that require its residents to be hired, it’s disturbing. » Read More

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    One of the biggest challenges facing the District of Columbia is its use of energy. Residents of the nation's capital are very concerned about the rising cost of energy, the rising consumption of energy and the impact of energy use on the environment. » Read More

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  • May 11, 2011 at 11:30 am

    Persistence is a virtue, it turns out: Vincent Orange is a D.C. Council member once again

    Persistence is a virtue, it turns out: Vincent Orange is a D.C. Council member once again. At his swearing-in Tuesday in a packed D.C. Council chamber, the former two-term member from Ward 5 credited “divine intervention” for his return to legislative power. » Read More

  • May 10, 2011 at 8:08 pm

    Orange rejoins D.C. Council; grateful for his ‘resurrection’

    When the D.C. Democratic State Committee passed him over to temporarily fill a vacant at-large spot on the D.C. Council in January, Vincent B. Orange tuned his ear to the next Sunday’s sermon. His pastor’s theme, he said, was “get up one more time.” “My wife said, ‘I think he was talking to you,’ ” said Mr. Orange, who regrouped to win an April 26 special election for the seat. Mr. Orange, who served as a council member from Ward 5 from 1999 to 2007, celebrated his return to public service before a packed council chamber Tuesday afternoon. » Read More

  • April 26, 2011 at 11:58 pm

    Vincent Orange wins D.C. Council At-Large election

    Vincent Orange will return to the D.C. Council after a five-year absence after narrowly defeating Republican Patrick Mara for the At-Large seat once occupied by Council Chair Kwame Brown. » Read More

  • April 26, 2011 at 11:17 pm

    Vincent Orange Wins DC Council At-Large Seat

    He captured 28 percent of the vote in Tuesday's special election. » Read More

  • March 19, 2011 at 12:36 pm

    Vincent Orange - The Voter’s Choice in Ward 8

    Today, the Ward 8 Democrats overwhelmingly endorsed Vincent Orange as their next At-Large representative on the DC Council. With over 200 democrats in attendance at the Ward 8 Democrats Endorsement Vote, Vincent Orange secured 87% of the votes tallied. » Read More

  • March 18, 2011 at 1:33 am

    Jacque Patterson endorses Vincent Orange

    Jacque Patterson, President of the Ward 8 Democrats and former candidate for DC City Council At-Large, issues the following statement regarding his endorsement of candidate Vincent Orange. » Read More

  • March 16, 2011 at 1:26 pm

    Orange is on the move

    Vincent Orange is picking up the pace in his bid to become the next At-Large Council Member by winning the special election on Tuesday, April 26, 2011. » Read More

  • March 8, 2011 at 4:23 am

    Washington DC Building & Construction Trades Council Endorses Orange for At-Large Councilmember

    Washington DC Building & Construction Trades Council (“Trades Council”) has voted to endorse Vincent Orange in the April 26, 2011 special election for DC Councilmember At-Large. Vance Ayers, Executive Secretary-Treasurer, for the Trades Council said “Without question, Vincent Orange has produced a record of achievement second to none in this At-Large Council race. In the last decade he provided the spark for economic development, commitment to early childhood education, school modernization, providing opportunities for local, small and disadvantaged businesses, embracing the District’s history and pursuing good government.” » Read More

  • March 4, 2011 at 1:51 pm

    Largest DC Government Union Endorses Vincent Orange For DC Council At-Large

    The American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees ("AFSCME") Council 20 hereby announces its endorsement of Vincent Orange in the April 26 special election for DC Council Member At-Large. "After interviewing Vincent Orange, we concluded that he has the experience, integrity and accountability that are needed in the representation of city workers and the District of Columbia" said Geo T. Johnson, Executive Director, AFSCME Council 20. » Read More

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