Mayor Fenty votes in the D.C. primary
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Mayor Fenty votes in the D.C. primary

Mayor Adrian M. Fenty, along with his wife and children, casts his vote in the D.C. primary election. Although Fenty has trailed candidate Vincent Gray by double-digit margins in the mayoral race in recent polls, a proven get-out-the-vote operation and strong early-voting returns have both campaigns expecting a tighter result. (Anna Uhls/The Washington Post)

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