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Petition signature challenge against Ward 7 gay candidate dismissed

The D.C. Board of Elections last week dismissed a challenge against gay Ward 7 D.C. Council candidate Anthony Lorenzo Green’s petition signatures needed to qualify him to be placed on the ballot in the city’s June 2 Democratic primary.

According to Rudolph McGann, the election board’s senior staff attorney, a board investigation found that the person who filed the challenge against the petition signatures for Green and three other Ward 7 Council candidates, attorney Martinis Jackson, is not a

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