D.C. Council Member Jack Evans (D-Ward 2), coping with the fallout from a federal investigation into his private dealings with companies affected by decisions of the District government, now faces a second challenger in his re-election campaign.

Jordan Grossman, 33, a former staffer in the Obama Administration who more recently worked for Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.), on Wednesday filed paperwork to enter the 2020 Democratic primary.

Grossman, who describes himself as a progressive Democrat and has never held elected office, said he plans to run a campaign highlighting the need for a clean and transparent District government — and targeting the kind of ethical lapses that have brought scrutiny to Evans.

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