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Primary day in D.C.

Voters in D.C. cast ballots Tuesday in the closely watched Democratic primary race for mayor between Adrian Fenty and Vincent C. Gray.

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Kwame Brown has lead in D.C. Council chairman race
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Fenty pledges support for Gray, says he won't run for office again
Article | Mayor Adrian M. Fenty pledged his support Wednesday morning for Vincent C. Gray, the council chairman who defeated Fenty in the Democratic mayoral primary Tuesday, and said he expects never to run for public office again.
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In D.C. races, numbers tell the story
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Life after Rhee: How D.C. schools might look
Article | The scenario is familiar in the District and big cities across the country: An ambitious leader is appointed to reform schools. Policies and practices are upended, five-year plans unveiled, a flurry of initiatives launched with high hopes. After two or three years, political pressure from interes...
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Christine O'Donnell beats Rep. Mike Castle in Delaware Republican Senate primary
Article | Christine O'Donnell, a "tea party"-backed long-shot candidate, stunned the Republican establishment Tuesday night by defeating nine-term Rep. Michael N. Castle in Delaware's GOP Senate primary, one of the most shocking upsets in an already tumultuous primary season.
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Fenty's legacy, like his tenure, may be marked by polarizing views
Article | In one term, the administration of D.C. Mayor Adrian M. Fenty completed massive construction and renovation projects - 120 schools, recreation centers, parks, playgrounds and athletic fields, according to city statistics.
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Cheh's support for Gray is a hard sell for Ward 3 voters
Article | When D.C. Council member Mary Cheh (D-Ward 3) endorsed Council Chairman Vincent Gray for mayor last week, a lot of her constituents were shocked and dismayed. "I've gotten more negative than positive reaction, that's for sure," said Cheh, whose ward is predominately white and well-to-do, and a st...
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Bond between D.C. mayor and city's attorney general has grown stronger through the years
Article | When a young Adrian M. Fenty and his brothers were forbidden by their parents to consume meat, salt and sugar, they could count on family friend Peter Nickles to loosen that nutritional regime.
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Signs (and sounds) all tell us: Another election is here
Article | In one small block outside a Capitol Hill polling place, a local candidate had 33 huge blue campaign signs lining the street.
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