How about Governor Muriel Bowser?
A D.C. councilmember proposes retitling the jobs of D.C.'s elected leaders to better reflect the fact that D.C. government serves as not just a city government, but that of a county -- and a state.
The District council would become a "legislature." Councilmembers would become "legislators."
No, it's not really statehood, but Councilmember David Grosso hopes it would be a constant reminder that the nation's capital wants that.
"Its important, I think, for us to begin to call ourselves that," Grosso said.
He noted that the Council has the power to change the titles. Now-Mayor Muriel Bowser supports the proposed D.C. constitution that was approved by voters last year, which also changes the titles.
Former Mayor Anthony Williams also backed the title change; he changed the title of the District's city attorney to "Attorney General" when he was mayor, in line with other states.