Fenty video: Moten makes the pitch for mayor
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Fenty video: Moten makes the pitch for mayor

At a go-go concert set up by the Fenty campaign, Peacoholics founder Ron Moten -- whose organization has received increased city support during the past four years -- tells the audience why re-electing Mayor Fenty is better than voting Vincent Gray. (Michael DeBonis/The Washington Post)

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