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Mayor Williams Announces Reelection Bid
Anthony A. Williams is campaigning for a second term as D.C. mayor. (Rich Lipski The Washington Post)

Candidate Audio
 Schwartz: On Running for Mayor
 Williams: On Schwartz's Candidacy
 Schwartz: On City Budget
 Williams: On City Budget
 Schwartz: On Education
 Williams: On Education
 Schwartz: On Public Safety
 Williams: On Public Safety
D.C. Poll
 Story: Williams Unhurt by Scandal, Poll Finds
Poll Results
Editorials
Write In Tony Williams Sept. 10 (The Washington Post, Aug. 30, 2002)
Mr. Williams v. Elections Board (The Washington Post, Aug. 6, 2002)
The Mayor Goes to Court (The Washington Post, July 31, 2002)
Which Way, Tony Williams? (The Washington Post, July 27, 2002)
A Mayor, the Law: Then and Now (The Washington Post, July 24, 2002)
Does The Mayor Have Enough? (The Washington Post, July 16, 2002)
Who Signed Off, Anyway? (The Washington Post, July 11, 2002)
Take Charge, Mr. Chavous (The Washington Post, June 9, 2002)
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Election Coverage
Elections 2002 D.C. Mayor
D.C. Campaign Aide Interviewed by FBI: Williams Petition Worker Saw Forgeries (The Washington Post, Nov. 9, 2002)
Williams Promises Improved D.C. Services (The Washington Post, Nov. 7, 2002)
Md. District 8
Sad but Stoical, Morella Is Trying to Understand (The Washington Post, Nov. 7, 2002)
Van Hollen Win Makes Waves: Lawmaker Gains Leverage as One of Democrats' 'Few Bright Spots' (The Washington Post, Nov. 7, 2002)
Md. Governor
Taking Heat for Townsend's Loss: Democrats Say Campaign Chief Lacked Experience, Isolated Lt. Governor (The Washington Post, Dec. 1, 2002)
Ehrlich Promises Dramatic Change but a Fair Shake (The Washington Post, Nov. 10, 2002)
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D.C. Campaign Aide Interviewed by FBI
The FBI interviewed a former campaign worker for Anthony A. Williams on Friday as part of its investigation into the massive forgeries in the mayor's nominating petitions.
In the News
Williams Promises Improved D.C. Services  (Post, Nov. 7, 2002)

Williams Beats Schwartz Again: With Light Turnout, Democrat Takes Rematch in Landslide; Norton Wins (Post, Nov. 6, 2002)

Area Candidates Keep on Stumping: Townsend, Ehrlich, Others Make Calls and Shake Hands on Election Eve (Post, Nov. 5, 2002)

Class Helps Teens Plug Into Politics: Youths Study Issues, Quiz Candidates (Post, Nov. 2, 2002)

Williams Defends Record, Cites Activist Plans: Williams Defends Record, Cites Activist Plans (Post, Nov. 1, 2002)

Candidates for D.C. Mayor Are a Study in Contrasts: Impassioned Schwartz Is Fueled by Indignation (Post, Nov. 1, 2002)

At-Large Race Runs Counter to Stereotype: Republican Has Broad Support in D.C. (Post, Oct. 31, 2002)

D.C. Teachers Union Chief Quits Amid Budget Probe: Prosecutors Investigating Financial Irregularities Described as Being in 'Tens of Thousands' (Post, Oct. 30, 2002)

Schwartz Edges Williams In Campaign Cash on Hand: Both Candidates Have Modest Budgets for the Final Push (Post, Oct. 30, 2002)

D.C. Mayor, 11 Top Aides Criticized: $1.5 Million Fundraising Drive Found to Violate Personnel Rules (Post, Oct. 30, 2002)

Long-Shot Schwartz Candidacy Given Warm Backing by a Few Democrats  (Post, Oct. 24, 2002)

Candidates Clash on Mayor's Record in D.C. Race: Schwartz Questions City Security, Bureaucracy as Williams Touts Progress (Post, Oct. 23, 2002)

Few Seek to Fill D.C. School Seats  (Post, Oct. 20, 2002)

Prosecution Ruled Out on Fundraising  (Post, Oct. 17, 2002)

City's Progress Is a Key Issue As Mayoral Candidates Debate: Williams Defends His Record Against Schwartz's Attacks (Post, Oct. 17, 2002)

Schmoke Named Dean of Howard Law School: Former Mayor of Baltimore Is Chosen in Effort to Boost Institution's Profile and Standards (Post, Oct. 16, 2002)

Williams Breaks Campaign Fundraising Record  (Post, Oct. 11, 2002)

Schwartz Enters Race, Hits Williams on Ethics  (Post, Sept. 27, 2002)

Schwartz Launches D.C. Mayoral Campaign  (Post, Sept. 26, 2002; 4:19 PM)

Schwartz To Reveal Plans Today: D.C. Council Member May Run for Mayor (Post, Sept. 26, 2002)

D.C. Voters Add Whimsy to Already Wacky Mayoral Race  (Post, Sept. 17, 2002)

Williams Claims Win In Primary: Democrat Top Choice Even Among GOP Voters (Post, Sept. 13, 2002)

Write-ins Push Schwartz To Ponder Mayoral Run  (Post, Sept. 13, 2002)

Eager Audience on Hand for Ballot Count: First Day of Write-In Tally Ends With Williams Way Ahead, Election Board Says (Post, Sept. 12, 2002)


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