Jordan's running for DC Council because he's for you, not for sale
Jordan Grossman is a fifth generation DC resident who has dedicated his life to public service. He understands that working in government is a privilege, not a business opportunity. As Ward 2’s Councilmember, he’ll fight to make it easier for District residents to afford a home, find high-quality child care, walk, bike or take public transit, and pay off student loan debt.
Democrat Jordan Grossman will be a clean break from corrupt Jack Evans and his political machine.
Jordan is Endorsed By the Organizations and Leaders You Trust
DC's teachers, bus drivers, health care workers, and working families:
Health Care Workers
Metro & Bus Drivers
Grocery & Retail Workers
DC's Union Families
DC's progressive leaders:
DC's environmental activists:
National progressive leaders
Jordan received the highest rating of any DC candidate this year from the Gay and Lesbian Activists Alliance
(GLAA does not make endorsements)
Get Ready to Vote by Mail
DC’s June 2 Primary Election and June 16 Special Election will be conducted almost entirely by mail! We’ve gathered everything you need to know to get registered and vote by mail! Need help now? Call us at 202-594-8310.
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Jordan is a Public Servant Rooted in Ward 2
Jordan has dedicated his life to public service, working for President Obama, a federal judge in DC, the District’s Medicaid agency, and on Capitol Hill. Most recently, Jordan worked for a District agency that’s making it easier for residents to enroll in programs like Medicaid and housing and homelessness services. He and his wife, his brothers, his mom, and his grandma were all born in Ward 2. Jordan, Julie, and their infant son live in Shaw.
Helping DC Residents Thrive
Jordan is focused on making it possible for District residents to thrive in our dynamic city rather than feeling like they’re stretching to make ends meet. Let’s fully fund universal child care legislation. Let’s lead the nation on easing the burden of student loans. Let’s put some of the country’s strongest housing protections to work making a real difference in people’s lives. Most importantly, let’s make the DC Council listen to us – not just those who can cut big checks.