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Historic results

D.C. Council Chairman Vincent C. Gray defeated incumbent Adrian M. Fenty by 54 to 45 percent on Tuesday for the Democratic nomination for mayor. The vote marked the third time in District history that residents have ousted a sitting mayor.


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Just hours after win, Gray faces big challenges
Article | On his first day as the District's presumptive mayor-elect, D.C. Council Chairman Vincent C. Gray said he plans to spend the next two months trying to "heal" a city that seems sharply divided by race, class and geography.
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In D.C. races, numbers tell the story
Article | Crunching the numbers from the Sept. 14 D.C. primary - what the election results tell us about the city and the elected candidates

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