On Tuesday, D.C. residents went out to vote, including a 104-year-old woman who voted for Ward 5.

Mayor Muriel Bowser easily won re-election, winning a second term after defeating three challengers. She appeared for her acceptance speech on Tuesday night alongside Eleanor Holmes Norton, who won a fifteenth term as Washington's non-voting delegate in Congress. During the speech, both Bowser and Norton said D.C. was on its way to becoming the 51st state.

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Meanwhile, both incumbents Anita Bonds and Elissa Silverman kept their seats as at-large councilmembers for D.C. City Council. For Silverman, this win comes after a competitive race with Anacostia restaurant owner Dionne Reeder. Reeder had strong backing from the mayor.

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Silverman, who has been a proponent of the hotly-debated Initiative 77, told The Washington Post that she seeks to continue to listen to the people and make more allies outside of the council.

Councilmembers Naudeau, Cheh, McDuffie, and Allan were all re-elected as well.

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