arcnav.gif (3459 bytes)

Back to Eugene DeWitt Kinlow’s Election 2002 main page

Eugene DeWitt Kinlow, Independent Candidate for
At-Large Councilmember in the
November 5, 2002, General Election
October 2002

DC Watch Home

Council Period 12

Council Period 13

Council Period 14

Council Period 15

Election 1998

Election 2000

Election 2002


Search DCWatch

Why is Kinlow running?

Eugene Dewitt

To make every neighborhood great! To share, and work to implement, his vision of equitable development, investment in human capital; and building safe and sustainable communities that work for all of DC's residents.

Eugene Kinlow photo

Who is Eugene D. Kinlow?

A native Washingtonian, who resides in the Bellevue section of Washington DC, Kinlow, has a proven track record of building better communities through neighborhood participation. Kinlow is a member of Covenant Baptist Church, a Board member of the Anacostia Coordinating Council, President of the Far SW Civic Association, and a former trustee of the Committee of 100 on the Federal City. Kinlow also serves on the boards of the:
  • Washington East Foundation
  • Consumer Utility Board
  • University of the District of Columbia
  • D.C. Commission for Community Service
  • Mayor's Transit Taskforce
  • Mayor's Environmental Council
  • East of the River Community Newspaper
  • D.C. Heritage Tourism Coalition

DC City Council At-Large

What's Kinlow's track record?

November 5, 2002
Making Every
Neighborhood Great!

  1. Secured additional funding for public schools
  2. Lead effort to defeat a Ward 8 prison
  3. Eliminated an open air drug market
  4. Marketed DC's forgotten communities
  5. Promoted fair utility rates for seniors and others
  6. Increased neighborhood pedestrian safety
  7. Advocate for a cleaner Anacostia River
  8. Environmental justice activists
  9. Promoter of community based tourism
  10. Forced removal of abandoned automobiles

How can you help!

Paid for by the Committee to Elect Eugene D. Kinlow
Joan Manuel Thompson, Treasurer

Call 202-544-3852

Back to top of page

Send mail with questions or comments to
Web site copyright ©DCWatch (ISSN 1546-4296)