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Monday Check-In

Our weekly newsletter, Monday Check-in, informs Ward 5 residents about campaign updates and shares community resources. Check out our latest newsletters: June 13, 2022 – Monday Check-In June 6, 2022 – Monday Check-In May 31, 2022 – Monday Check-In May 23, 2022 – Monday Check-In May 16, 2022 – Monday Check-In May 9, 2022 –...

Mailers

Check out some of our campaign mailers: Building a Stronger Community in Ward 5, Together Faith Gibson Hubbard: Mother. Community Leader. Champion. A Fighter for All of Us Building a Stronger Community Together An Agenda to Lift All of Ward 5 Improving Our Housing. Building a Sustainable Community. People First Solutions to Keep Us Safe...

Vincent C. Gray

Ward 5 Neighbors and Friends, I enthusiastically endorse Faith Gibson Hubbard to be the next Councilmember for Ward 5! Faith will be ready on day one. Her knowledge of government, strong work ethic, intelligence, integrity and deep commitment to uplifting District residents will be a great asset on the Council. We face many challenges and...

Andre Smoke Lee

I am so proud and honored to be endorsed by another community pillar, Smoke Lee. Smoke and his whole family have given so much to our community, over multiple generations. It means the world to me that he believes in my leadership to move our beloved Ward 5 forward. Thank you, Andre “Smoke” Lee! In...

Anthony Hood

I first met Faith when I was president of the Woodridge Civic Association; I served in that position for 20 years. Faith and her family became very involved and 10 years ago her husband took over as president – allowing me to retire. The Civic Association is a member of the Ward Five Council on...

Jessica Sutter

I have known Faith Gibson Hubbard for more than a decade. We have frequently worked together on shared goals related to students and families navigating public education in DC. I first met Faith when she served as President of the Ward Five Council on Education and was advocating hard for the children of Ward 5...

Dr. Jacque Patterson

I have known Faith Gibson Hubbard for more than a decade. We have frequently worked together on shared goals related to students and families navigating public education in DC. As the Chief Student Advocate, Faith talked with students and learned their concerns about getting safely to and from school. She traveled with them, in frigid...

Media Mentions

Check out Faith Gibson Hubbard’s latest media mentions: McDuffie Backs Hubbard as Successor for Ward 5 Council Seat – May 18, 2022 Washington Informer Kenyan McDuffie endorses Faith Gibson Hubbard in D.C. Council race – May 18, 2022 Axios Kenyan McDuffie endorses Faith Gibson Hubbard in Ward 5 Council race – May 18, 2022 Washington...

Kenyan McDuffie

Ward 5 Neighbors and Friends, Today, I endorsed Faith Gibson Hubbard to represent Ward 5 on the Council of the District of Columbia.  I’ve been honored to represent Ward 5 for the last 10 years and now residents have the opportunity to determine who will continue to build on all that we have accomplished together, like...

THE WASHINGTON POST EDITORIAL BOARD

Today, The Washington Post released its opinion on the candidates they feel are most suited for seats on the DC Council, taking into consideration experience, policy positions, leadership/work style and the current issues the city faces. “As D.C. emerges from the covid-19 pandemic of the past two-plus years, it faces numerous challenges. Combating a rise in violent crime,...

Dorie Turner Nolt

My friend, Faith, understands community. She not only has been part of my personal community for years as a friend, she also has been working in the city we share and in the Ward we love for years on issues that mean everything to me: educational equity and maternal health. Faith has fought for students...

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