Washington Business Journal | @WBJonline
January 9, 2020, 8:15 AM
The District of Columbia will hold a special election June 16 to fill the seat of embattled Councilman Jack Evans, D-Ward 2, who will leave the council Jan. 17.
Evans said Tuesday he would resign after a series of ethics scandals and calls to leave from his colleagues on the D.C. Council.
That election will come two weeks after the D.C.’s June 2 primary, meaning some voters may vote for a candidate to fill Evans’ seat in November, and then vote again for who will fill his seat in the interim period between June and November.