From Faith Gibson Hubbard <[email protected]>
Subject Choose Faith Over Fear
Date June 7, 2022 12:34 AM
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Choose Faith Over Fear

Happy Monday Neighbors and Friends!

We continue to count down to election day with excitement and productive energy. The absolute best part of this process has been connecting with thousands of neighbors all over the ward. We have had so many stimulating conversations and I have learned a lot about what neighbors know are our most important issues. We have talked a lot about the rise in gun violence and crime, development and affordable housing, education, jobs and entrepreneurship, environmental justice, and other important topics.

I have also heard that some neighbors have been warned not to vote for the person they want because it might have unintended consequences in this crowded race. Their thinking is a vote for the person you want to serve could lead to the person you don't want to be elected. I say being cynical and voting for your second choice to avoid your last choice is a vote in favor of fear. More than once I have voted for the person I knew in my heart would be the best person, even though they didn't appear to be leading. More than once, I discovered that other people believed and voted that same way - and our favorite candidate won!

Voting with your heart and mind, regardless of what some rumored polls suggest, is the essence of representative democracy. It represents optimism and faith in your truth and your wisdom. When we vote with our hearts and minds, good will come of it one way or the other. I urge each of you to believe in the power of your own intelligence and intuition - believe in your own voice. I am asking for your vote, but more importantly, I am asking to show your faith in the power of our community.

In partnership,

Faith Gibson Hubbard

Our Voting Options
A. Use the ballot delivered in the mail - drop it off at a designated ballot box ([link removed])
B. Vote early in-person June 10th - 19th early vote locations ([link removed])
C. Vote on election day on June 21st - at any of the voting centers ([link removed]) in the ward.
I am so proud and honored to be endorsed by another community pillar, Smoke Lee. Smoke and his whole family have given so much to our community, over multiple generations. It means the world to me that he believes in my leadership to move our beloved Ward 5 forward. Thank you, Andre "Smoke" Lee!

New Samaritan Baptist Church’s Ward 5 Candidate Forum
Team Faith, let’s pack the house!

*Masks will be required

DC Girls Coalition Youth Town Hall

I am especially looking forward to discussing our important community issues with the our young leaders. They are our future leaders. Invite your young people to attend and participate.
Registration is required.


Support the campaign!
We are now 15 days away! We are on, all day, everyday until election day! If you can spare a few hours to phone bank or knock on doors, and/or can put a Team Faith sign in your yard or window, it will make a difference in votes.

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