Brandon Todd, Ward 4


50%: Holding DC Back


While Councilmember Todd supports affordable housing measures, he opposes policies that would support working people on the job, stands against homelessness supports, and votes consistently for tax cuts that benefit millionaires and businesses. He also has abstained from voting on key issues.


Councilmember Todd’s votes that held DC back:

  • Opposed fair scheduling for part-time workers
  • Opposed universal paid family and medical leave
  • Supported diverting paid family and medical leave funds to pay employers, rather than employees
  • Supported putting control of paid family and medical leave benefits in the hands of bosses, rather than the democratically elected government
  • Opposed guaranteed access to in-suite bathroom for shelter residents
  • Supported restricting shelter access for people experiencing homelessness
  • Opposed extended access to shelters for families in need
  • Opposed delaying the millionaires’ tax cut
  • Opposed delaying the corporate tax cut
  • Supported a contract renewal for Veritas, which mismanaged United Medical Center