Jordan Grossman, a 33-year-old former federal worker, repeatedly blasted Evans as “corrupt” and said he would mark a “clean break” from the incumbent’s political network. . . .

“We’ve had to compete for the time and attention of the council member with the paying clients who can afford his price,” said Grossman, the former federal worker who also worked for a D.C. health-care agency. “We need a council member that is focused on us, not his personal finance interest.”

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