Background on Jack Evans

The following news articles will provide you with more information about why the Ward 2 Citizens Recall campaign was created:

Metro’s clumsy Jack Evans probe would be laughable, except the stakes are so high” – 6/18/2019 – Washington Post

Law firm that investigated Jack Evans for Metro found ‘multiple violations’ of ethics code” – 6/17/2019 – Washington Post

Metro Ethics Committee Investigation Into Evans ‘Found Evidence of Multiple Violations’” – 6/17/2019 – WAMU

Metro Review Finds Multiple Ethics Violations by Jack Evans” – 6/17/2019 – NBC Washington

Clients of D.C. Council member Jack Evans had interests before D.C. government” – 5/23/2019 – Washington Post

DC Council cuts Jack Evans’ responsibilities amid federal probe” – 4/2/2019 – WTOP

Dogged By Federal Investigation, D.C. Lawmaker May Face Recall Election” – 3/13/2019 – WAMU

Chair of D.C. Council moves to reprimand member Jack Evans” – 3/5/2019 – Washington Post

Federal grand jury issued subpoena for documents relating to D.C. Council member Jack Evans” – 2/28/2019 – Washington Post

D.C. Council member Jack Evans received stock just before pushing legislation that would benefit company” – 12/20/2018 – Washington Post

DC Councilmember: If I Park Illegally, That Opens Up a Spot for You” – 7/17/2018 – Washingtonian

Ethics officials examine D.C. lawmaker’s business ties to digital sign company” – 5/7/2018 – Washington Post

D.C. Council member proposed bill that would have helped firm that offered his son an internship” – 2/14/2018 – Washington Post

DC council member caught parking badly again” – 3/16/2017 – WUSA9

Jack Evans: Sorry for Parking Illegally!” – 11/14/2014 – Washington City Paper

Turns out, Evans’s firm has ties to hotel deal” – 10/31/2011 – Washington Post

Records show Evans paid $135,897 for sports tickets from constituent fund” – 8/21/2011 – Washington Post

Does Jack Evans Abuse his Parking Privileges?” – 3/29/2009 – Georgetown Metropolitan

District Term Limits Tossed” – 6/6/2001 – Washington Post