Service
Service
My number one priority is serving the residents of Ward 5 and the District of Columbia
A legislator and a leader
A legislator and a leader
As a Councilmember McDuffie approaches his role with three principles in mind: lead with integrity; ensure that the District's policies are inclusive; and deliver results to the residents of Ward 5 and across the District.
Progress
Progress
Together let us work to make sure Ward 5 remains the best, most prosperous, diverse and inclusive Ward in the District, with opportunities for all of its residents to live, work, and play.

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It is an honor to represent Ward 5 on the Council of the District of Columbia.

Since taking office, I have focused on engaging the Ward 5 community and improving the quality of life for residents across the District of Columbia. I look forward to working with you to improve your economic security, your health and safety, and the education options of your children. I want to stay connected and listen to your concerns about the critical issues affecting your neighborhood. Please consider this site my portable office—a place for us to exchange information and for you to learn more about what you can do to get involved.

Please keep in touch and let’s continue to positively transform the future of Ward 5. Together.

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Statement on the passing of Rev. Shearin, pastor of Israel Baptist Church
Statement on the passing of Rev. Shearin, pastor of Israel Baptist Church
November 18, 2017
Washington, D.C. -- Councilmember Kenyan R. McDuffie (Ward 5) has issued the following statement upon the passing of Rev. Dr. Morris L. Shearin, Sr., pastor of Israel Baptist Church: “It
McDuffie and CARECEN Statement in Advance of Hearing on Temporary Protected Status and DACA
McDuffie and CARECEN Statement in Advance of Hearing on Temporary Protected Status and DACA
November 2, 2017
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Abel Núñez, CARECEN 202-328-9799 x202 Nolan Treadway, CM McDuffie’s Office 202-445-0361 Washington, DC – Council Chairman Phil Mendelson announces a publi
PRESS RELEASE: McDuffie Introduces Two Council Resolutions Seeking to Protect Immigrants who are Beneficiaries of Temporary Protected Status and Encourage the D.C. Government to Consider Race, Equity, and Social Justice as Fundamental Principles in Policy-Making
PRESS RELEASE: McDuffie Introduces Two Council Resolutions Seeking to Protect Immigrants who are Beneficiaries of Temporary Protected Status and Encourage the D.C. Government to Consider Race, Equity, and Social Justice as Fundamental Principles in Policy-Making
October 3, 2017
Councilmember Kenyan R. McDuffie Introduces Two Council Resolutions Seeking to:   Protect Immigrants who are Beneficiaries of Temporary Protected Status and   Encourage the Dis...

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