Carolyn Steptoe speaks on issues affecting Ward 5 and the city at large.

Monday, October 16, 2006

Carolyn Steptoe's Comcast Inteview

Thursday, October 5, 2006 Comcast interview.

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Beginning October 20, 2006, can view on Comcast cable "On Demand." Select "Get Local;" select "Candidates on Demand."

Carolyn Steptoe Interviewed on DC Politics Hour w/Kojo Nmandi

Taped segment of Friday, October 6, 2006 discussion with the Ward 5 candidates vying in November's general election.

Friday, October 06, 2006

Carolyn Steptoe's Video Interview (Comcast - Thu, 10/5/06)

"I will bring an independent voice to the council that speaks out for the residents of Ward 5. I won't be beholden to any special interest group or any campaign contributions. I'm running a grassroots campaign that is people-oriented and people-based.

If elected, I will work hard to do everything in my power to ensure development is done for the benefit of our community and not at their expense."

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Let's Make Ward 5 Election History

On Tuesday, November 7, 2006
Make Ward 5 Election History
Democrat, Republican, Independent and Statehood Party Members VOTE

Carolyn has a proven record of commitment and hardwork on behalf of the Ward 5 residents in battling special interests and government initiatives that are contrary to interests of the Ward 5 community.

Carolyn will bring to the council compassion, empathy and genuine public service that demands all residents of Ward 5 share equitably in the city’s growing prosperity.
Carolyn will work tirelessly to improve the quality of education (including adult and vocational education) and recreation facilities.

Carolyn will demand that development not be at the expense of long-term citizens who wish to remain in our community.

Carolyn will insist upon clean, beautiful and environmentally-safe neighborhoods, crime reduction, workforce training, access to healthcare facilities and that our senior citizens are safe in their homes and neighborhoods.

Carolyn will work with civil, religious and private sector groups to bring to bear community resources to help our neighborhoods achieve their maximum potential.

Carolyn Steptoe "certified" winner in DC Statehood Green Party Primary

Thomas will face Steptoe for council

Thomas will face Steptoe for council
Scott McCabe, The Examiner
Sep 13, 2006 5:00 AM (10 days ago)
Current rank: # 1,024 of 4,956 articles

WASHINGTON - Harry Thomas Jr. won an 11-candidate Democratic primary for Ward 5 council Tuesday.Thomas Jr., 45, earned 41.8 percent of the vote. The candidate with the next highest votes, Frank Wilds, received 15.2 percent.Thomas Jr. will face Carolyn C. Steptoe, of the Statehood Green party. Steptoe defeated Philip Blair Jr. in the Statehood Green primary Tuesday, earning 42.5 percent.The Ward 5 seat became open when Council Member Vincent Orange, who was up for re-election this year, decided to run for mayor instead of a third term.The ward covers much of Northeast Washington, including the critical New York Avenue corridor. Neighborhoods include Brentwood, Fort Lincoln, Eckington, Trinidad and Bloomingdale. The ward’s median household income was $34,000 in 2000. Examiner