Commissioner Chris Fromboluti tendered his resignation on October 12, 2021 by properly submitting a letter to the Board of Elections, the Mayor, the Council, the Chair of ANC 3/4G, and the Vice-Chair of ANC 3/4G. ANC 3/4G greatly appreciates his service to the Commission over a span of 12.5 years with a break in between.
The Board of Elections will certify the vacancy by publishing a notice in the D.C. Register which starts the vacancy-filling process. More information about this process can be found here.
We hope that qualified candidates will seek to fill this position to represent residents in Single Member District 3/4G-07.
A map of Single Member District 3/4G-07 can be found here.
**UPDATE — November 19, 2021; December 2, 2021**
No one submitted petitions to the Board of Elections to fill the vacant commissioner’s position for ANC 3/4G07 before the November 15th deadline, but there will be another opportunity for those who want to be candidates for this position. The 2000+ residents in this Single Member District need to be represented on the ANC to help address the many important issues that come before the Commission. It is an opportunity to serve the community and the District as a whole.
The Board of Elections published a new certification of vacancy on November 26th in the DC Register (page 012532, near the bottom of the file). The period for circulating petitions will run from November 29th through December 20th. Challenge period runs from December 23, 2021 through December 30, 2021.
Candidates may pick up nominating petitions by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or in-person by appointment at 1015 Half Street, SE, Suite 750. For more information, you may call 202-727-2525.
The boundaries of Single Member District (SMD) 3/4G07 are on this map, and candidates must have lived within this SMD for at least 60 days. After a one-week challenge period, the Board of Elections will certify the candidates. If there is only one qualifying candidate, that person will be considered elected. If there is more than one qualified candidate, the Commission will be required to hold an in-person election, with all registered voters in the SMD eligible to cast a ballot. More information is available on the Board of Election’s ANC webpage.
If anyone is interested in running for this position and wants to know more about serving on the ANC or how to navigate the process, please contact any of the current ANC commissioners. Our contact information is available here.