I think every shop steward should be training someone else and that person can be training someone else too.

~ Maurice Thomas, 32BJ Member, DC/VA/MD

Antonio Barnes: Restoring Faith in the Political Process

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I know from firsthand experience working with the union that elected officials can improve quality of life for me and my co-workers. That’s why I’m running for the ANC (Advisory Neighborhood Commission) because I believe D.C. residents deserve better. I am committed to helping increase community engagement and restore faith in the political process.

These are our neighborhoods and I believe we should all have a seat at the table and a say on matters that impact our lives. That’s why I will make sure that all of our ANC members’ voices are heard. As an ANC member, I will help residents understand how city programs work, try to find ways to help address unemployment, help keep our streets safer and cleaner, make ANC meeting more accessible to all residents, work with commissioners to make better use of resources and be fully accessible to DC residents.

Most of all, I want to make a better living for all ward members no matter their income, race, ethnicity, culture, or religion.

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