Posted February 16, 2019 08:05:11In an effort to appeal to a new generation of women voters, women are electing women as the city’s next mayor.
The result has been a historic upset, with the women making up 52% of the council and one seat in the House of Delegates, the nation’s highest elected office.
The victory came just a few days after the city was hit by a brutal assault on a homeless woman, killing her and injuring a bystander.
The assault was caught on video by a passerby and shared widely on social media.
The city’s new mayor, Nicole Malliotakis, has faced criticism for a controversial decision to close down the city library during the election.
She said at the time she made the decision to shutter the library because it was the citywide emergency response plan and she didn’t want to interfere with the city workers working at the library.
But critics say the decision was poorly thought out and will result in the loss of services that are vital to people’s lives.
The women behind the #WomanInDC campaign are trying to address the citys problems and make it easier for people to get back to their daily lives.
For example, women can now register to vote online and use their birth date as their email address.
Malliotaki has been lauded by many women who have called on her to be more inclusive and advocate for the women’s right to vote.
She also recently took a step to make it possible for women to vote in person at the same polling places in the city, as long as they are over 18 and have a photo ID.
The #WomaninDC campaign has also brought in celebrities to help bring attention to the campaign.
For the past two years, actress, model and activist Victoria Justice has been raising money for the campaign with an online fundraising page, and has recently started her own fundraising campaign for the group.
She has raised $12,700 in the past week, with donations starting at $20, and is aiming for $100,000 in the next two weeks.
The campaign has raised more than $3 million for the city so far, which is a huge sum for a city that has seen a decrease in donations over the past few years.
Mallietakis says she has received thousands of emails from women who are excited about the election and are looking forward to the future.
“We are here to fight for our rights, our lives, and to make sure that every single woman has a voice in how she wants to live her life,” she said.
“I am here to give you a glimpse into the future of our city.”