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Washington DC Area, Virginia

Washington DC is the capitol of the United States. It is known as a worldwide hub of influence and the nerve center for U.S. policy and politics. Washington DC is the second most visited city in the US after New York.

LDS Population

LDS Members make up 0.39% of the population of Washington DC. There are 2,485 members, 2 wards and one branch.

LDS History

On January 29, 1844, the Prophet Joseph Smith formally decided to run for the office of president of the United States. It began in 1939. Joseph Smith left Nauvoo for Washington, D.C., with Sidney Rigdon, Elias Higbee, and Orrin Porter Rockwell in a two-horse carriage “to lay before the Congress of the United States, the grievances of the Saints while in Missouri.” 2 Joseph and Judge Higbee met with President Martin Van Buren on November 29, 1839. Assassination’s ended the run for president as Joseph Smith was martyred on June 27, 1844.

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Current Weather

Washington D.C.
clear sky
humidity: 86%
wind: 7mph NNE
H 63 • L 59
87 Degree

July Average High Temp

26 Degree

January Low Temp

Washington DC Temple

Washington DC

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The Washington DC area is packed with so much to do and see. With all the national museums, memorial, historic venues, walking guides and tours you could spend many days there and still not see all there is available to you.

Washington DC News


Washington DC has a population of 623,323 people living on 61.4 square miles. The states of Maryland and Virginia each donated land to form the federal district, which included the preexisting settlements of Georgetown and Alexandria; however, Congress returned the Virginia portion in 1846. Named after George Washington, it was founded in 1791 as the national capital.