Frederick Steiner

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Frederick Steiner
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Candidate for
Washington, D.C. City Council, At-Large Seat
Frederick Steiner is a 2014 Libertarian candidate for the city council of Washington, D.C.


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On the D.C. Libertarians website, Steiner made the following statement:[1]

  • "I’ve lived in the DC area for 10 years, after the birth of my daughter I learned I could no longer remain aloof from the community I lived in. I learned that everyone has a shared interest in things like good schools and safe streets, that vibrant neighborhoods create opportunities for all, that transparency and openness is a requirement for good governance. I needed to do my part in the attainment of those ideals. I have no grand political aspirations, and self funded my campaign so I don’t owe anyone anything. I’m just a person trying to do the right thing."



See also: Washington, D.C. Council elections, 2014

Washington, D.C. will hold elections for two at-large city council seats on November 4, 2014. A primary election took place on April 1.

Incumbent Anita Bonds defeated Nate Bennett Fleming, Kathy Henderson, Chantel Mapp, Pedro Rubio, John Settles, II and Kevin Valentine Jr. in the Democratic primary. Eugene Puryear defeated G. Lee Aikin in the D.C. Statehood Green Party primary. Bonds and Puryear will face Michael D. Brown (I), Frederick Steiner (L), Eric J. Jones (I), Kishan Putta (I), Wendell Felder (I), Courtney R. Snowden (I), Brian Hart (I), Robert White (I), Calvin H. Gurley (I), Elissa Silverman (I), Graylan Scott Hagler (I) and Khalid Pitts (I) in the general election.[2][3][4]

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