Libertarian Elected in D.C.

On January 3, 1996, the Logan Circle Advisory Neighborhood Commission unanimously elected Commissioner David Morris as its chair. Morris, treasurer of the Libertarian Party of the District of Columbia, beat the incumbent for his seat on the commission in 1994. The commission represents more than 13,200 people in central Washington, D.C.

One of Morris' first actions was to appoint LPDC Chair Gene Cisewski head of the Logan Circle Community Development Committee, which oversees zoning and licensing decisions in the D.C. neighborhood.