Birthplace and date: Washington, D.C.; Dec. 6, 1970.
Marital status: Married.
Adrian M. Fenty (D-Ward 4), with twin sons Matthew, left, and Andrew, considers Washington, D.C., to be his favorite place to spend a vacation. His favorite president is John F. Kennedy.
(Mark Finkenstaedt For The Washington Post)
Children: Matthew Fenty and Andrew Fenty, both 4.
My most notable characteristic: Endurance.
Favorite quote: "The moral test of government is how [it] treats those who are in the dawn of life, the children; those who are in the twilight of life, the elderly; and those who are in the shadows of life, the sick, the needy and the handicapped." -- Hubert Humphrey.
Best book I've ever read: "Dream City: Race, Power, and the Decline of Washington, D.C." by Harry S. Jaffe and Tom Sherwood.
Favorite TV show: "Meet the Press."
Restaurant where my constituents would most likely run into me: Mocha Hut Coffee House.
Birthday cake: Chocolate with chocolate frosting.
Car I drive: Ford Expedition.
Best car I've ever had: Ford Expedition.
Politician I most admire: Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton.
Favorite president: John F. Kennedy.
Person in history I would most want to meet: Several ancestors.
Most important influence in my life: Wife, Michelle.
Favorite place to vacation: Washington, D.C.
Most interesting place I ever visited: Washington, D.C.
Pet peeve: Not enough time in the day.
Impression people have of the District that I would most like to change: That the government is unresponsive and does not serve people who are most in need.