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Council chairman will file a lawsuit Wednesday against the mayor and CFO, challenging their refusal to recognize referendum.
“We have no choice,” Chairman Phil Mendelson said, throwing the referendum dispute to the courts.
Only a week after election, Vihstadt seeks to halt streetcar funds
Sen. Mark Warner and other Va. politicians of all stripes gather at the annual political meet-and-greet.
For the ninth year, D.C. celebrated with a morning parade.
Aaron C. Davis and Mike DeBonis
Council says Vincent Gray is violating voter-approved budget measure.
Next year, the mayor’s office will retain control of the yearly Pennsylvania Avenue event.
Arelis R. Hernández
Delays in Prince George’s County have put the project’s federal grant money in jeopardy.
Aaron C. Davis
Measure would end council votes on scores of multimillion-dollar contracts negotiated each year by mayor.
David Catania would become the city’s first openly gay mayor, but some activists are putting party first.
The mayor is refusing to absorb extra costs, saying a D.C. Council member should have stuck to the budget.
D.C. mayor and council spar over whether city should buck Congress on budget autonomy.
Colbert I. King
Relisha Rudd was failed by those most responsible for her welfare.
Muriel Bowser will have to get specific in the D.C. general election.
Alexander and Wells look to expand their bailiwicks; Silverman and Hagler want to move beyond activism.
Jonetta Rose Barras
Vincent Gray’s budget seeks to seal his legacy.
Council member Mary Cheh wants new agencies for parking tickets and transit and an end to taxi commission.
Announcements are first signs of a “brain drain” for the lame-duck mayor.
Mike DeBonis and Aaron C. Davis
D.C. Council members oppose bill that would mandate an unusual all-comers voting process.
Pew reports improved election administration nationally and in region in 2012.
First public hearing since election suggests little might come easy for Gray for remainder of term
Washington is full of political consultants, but few dive into District politics the way Tom Lindenfeld does.
Her team’s makeup could complicate the mayoral nominee’s efforts to unite Democrats for the general election.
Democratic unity breakfast brings no grand gesture of conciliation as four years ago
The state delegate says he lacks the necessary funds to compete in a crowded Democratic primary.
D.C. mayor says he hasn’t called to congratulate primary victor, though he’s sure they’ll talk in coming weeks
Spending plan offers modest income and business tax relief but shies away from more controversial measures.
The general election race for mayor could be hotly contested.
The mayor will kick off his extended lame-duck stint when he presents his final budget to lawmakers Thursday.
COLUMN If she wins mayoralty, Bowser needs to show that she governs as well as she campaigns.
Michael Laris and Ted Mellnik
About one-quarter of eligible voters cast ballots in the mayoral primary, a significant drop from 2010.
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