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Bowser plans to unveil platform at debate

The Democratic mayoral nominee is ready to blunt criticism about her vision for the city.

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    With platform, Bowser seeks to blunt criticism

    With platform, Bowser seeks to blunt criticism

    The Democratic mayoral nominee released a 41-page policy plan shortly before Thursday’s first debate.

    Lawmaker suggests Relisha Rudd report was whitewashed

    Lawmaker suggests Relisha Rudd report was whitewashed

    Jim Graham says the District should not have absolved itself of blame in the girl’s disappearance.

    First debate in D.C. mayoral race is a testy, three-way affair

    First debate in D.C. mayoral race is a testy, three-way affair

    Muriel E. Bowser and David A. Catania sparred nastily during the 90-minute face-off.

    Campaign notebook

    D.C. elections officials refuse to ‘guarantee’ smooth Nov. 4

    D.C. elections officials refuse to ‘guarantee’ smooth Nov. 4

    Seven weeks before the D.C. election, council hearing answers few questions about primary problems.

    Poll: Attorney general race draws little interest from voters

    Paul Zukerberg leads five Democratic candidates in a new poll, but a vast swath of the electorate is undecided.

    Poll: D.C. poised to legalize pot behind Colo., Wash.

    Poll: D.C. poised to legalize pot behind Colo., Wash.

    Two-thirds of D.C. voters back a Nov. ballot measure that is certain to cause consternation in the nation’s capital.

    Bowser earns big lead in new poll; vulnerabilities remain

    Bowser earns big lead in new poll; vulnerabilities remain

    Bowser earned 43 percent; David Catania earned 26 percent and Carol Schwartz earned 16 percent.

    Column

    Critics to D.C.: No votes in Congress? Tough luck.

    Critics to D.C.: No votes in Congress? Tough luck.

    D.C. statehood opponents cite Grave Snowplow Threat among various specious reasons to deny rights.

    D.C. leaders plan to allow ‘concealed carry’ of guns

    D.C. leaders plan to allow ‘concealed carry’ of guns

    Emergency legislation is expected to get Tuesday vote; gun owners could apply for permits within months.

    Group forms to oppose D.C. marijuana legalization

    Leader plans to launch campaign against measure before vote this fall, challenges other side to debate.

    Can D.C.’s next mayor advance statehood?

    Can D.C.’s next mayor advance statehood?

    Candidates have very different approaches to breaking congressional logjam.

    Six months after primary loss, probe inches toward Gray

    Six months after primary loss, probe inches toward Gray

    Prosecutors explore actions Vincent Gray may have taken as mayor to benefit Jeffrey Thompson.

    Just two senators attended the D.C. statehood hearing. One walked out.

    Just two senators attended the D.C. statehood hearing. One walked out.

    GOP Sen. Tom Coburn, the only attendee who didn’t author the bill, called it a waste of time and left.

    Campaign to legalize marijuana in D.C. gets new slogans

    Campaign to legalize marijuana in D.C. gets new slogans

    One new slogan is “a nice way of saying ‘get the police off our back,’” the campaign chairman says.

    D.C. statehood bill still has no chance in Congress

    A Senate panel is to hold a hearing on the measure Monday. But to call it a hearing might be generous.

    Catania says he’s the mayoral candidate of substance

    Catania says he’s the mayoral candidate of substance

    Release of long ‘Vision to Secure Our City’s Future’ is meant to sow doubts about rivals’ vision for D.C.

    It may not take many voters to pick D.C.’s next mayor

    It may not take many voters to pick D.C.’s next mayor

    With Vincent C. Gray already ousted, it’s hard to tell where voters stand ahead of November’s election

    The Post, NBC4 will co-host Oct. 15 D.C. mayoral forum

    The forum, which will be streamed live, is one of four events to include all three leading candidates.

    Ballot for D.C. general election is set

    Ballot for D.C. general election is set

    The Friday morning lottery put a little-known independent atop the list of mayoral candidates.

    Catania’s approach to D.C. health hints at mayoral style

    Catania’s approach to D.C. health hints at mayoral style

    In his eight years atop D.C. Council’s health panel, Catania often bruised egos but got notable results.

    First D.C. attorney general race starts taking shape

    Five candidates introduced themselves Monday to an influential crowd of lawyers and activists.

    Bowser targets east of river, tries to pull in Gray supporters

    Bowser targets east of river, tries to pull in Gray supporters

    Campaign event targets working- class area where Bowser won just 28 percent of Democrats in primary.

    Mayoral hopeful proposes list of D.C. school reforms

    Mayoral hopeful proposes list of D.C. school reforms

    The D.C. mayoral candidate faults rival Catania on his signature issue, offers more than Bowser has on topic.

    ‘Overwhelming’ evidence against McDonnells is cited

    ‘Overwhelming’ evidence against McDonnells is cited

    Jurors say their verdict was based on the accumulated weight of a case built by prosecutors day after day.

    D.C. mayoral candidates finally speak on Relisha Rudd

    D.C. mayoral candidates finally speak on Relisha Rudd

    Bowser, Catania and Schwartz weigh in on whether the city shares blame in the case of the missing 8-year-old.

    Strategist to D.C. mayors implicated in Phila. scheme

    Tom Lindenfeld was recently a key adviser to Democratic mayoral nominee Muriel Bowser.

    This is a real (possible) TV show: Horror comedy set amid D.C. politics

    This is a real (possible) TV show: Horror comedy set amid D.C. politics

    The potential CBS series is being described as “The West Wing” meets “The Strain.“

    Muriel Bowser does housekeeper’s work for a morning

    Muriel Bowser does housekeeper’s work for a morning

    At the Marriott Marquis, Democratic mayoral nominee makes a bid for the loyalties of working-class voters.

    School year rings bell on final round of D.C. mayor’s race

    School year rings bell on final round of D.C. mayor’s race

    One thing is settled as the sprint begins to Nov. 4: candidates believe education debate could decide the race.