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12 of 13 DC Council members are active on Twitter: guess who isn’t

Only Council Chairman Phil Mendelson isn't, aside from a dated spoof account that hasn't tweeted since 2012.

D.C. City Council budget vote, June 2014. (Photo by Flickr user Ted Eytan, used under a Creative Commons license)

Thirteen members make up the D.C. City Council: one from each of the eight wards and five, including the chairman, elected city-wide. No surprise that in a city like D.C., all of them are active on Twitter. Well, almost all of them. Chairman Phil Mendelson isn’t, aside from a dated spoof account.

Ward Members

  1. Kenyan McDuffie, Chair Pro Tempore (Personal account here)
  2. Jim Graham
  3. Jack Evans
  4. Mary M. Cheh
  5. Muriel Bowser
  6. Tommy Wells
  7. Yvette Alexander
  8. Marion Barry

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