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In the News
Did Fenty Get Early Start on 2006 Run? (Post, Dec. 23, 2004)

Mayor Misses Big Baseball Moment (Post, Sept. 30, 2004)

Bolden Lost in the Election Shuffle (Post, Sept. 23, 2004)

Dispute Cleans Out Barry's Coffers (Post, Sept. 2, 2004)

Slots Proponents Take It to Court (Post, Aug. 26, 2004)

D.C. Called a Top City for Blacks (Post, Aug. 5, 2004)

Bush Has Fond Words for 'My Mayor' (Post, July 29, 2004)

Contract Award Stirs Anger (Post, June 24, 2004)

Quincy Jones Ad Jazzed About Vouchers (Post, April 8, 2004)

Verizon's Loss Is District's Gain (Post, April 1, 2004)

Amid Crisis, Health Chief Absent (Post, March 18, 2004)

Evans Loses Out to the Little Guy (Post, March 11, 2004)

Despite Losses, Schwartz Still Loves Job (Post, March 4, 2004)

Mayor Finally Pays Off Campaign Debt (Post, Feb. 5, 2004)

Dean's Willingness to Stay Gave City Primary a Boost (Post, Jan. 22, 2004)

Thanks to Party Rules, Democracy Is Limited in Democratic Primary (Post, Jan. 15, 2004)

Demonstration of Faith Pays Off in Funding (Post, Jan. 8, 2004)

Another Year, Another Sorry Saga (Post, Jan. 1, 2004)

No Apologies: Taxi Commissioner Revels in Role With the NRA (Post, Dec. 25, 2003)

Dean Makes Inroads Among Black Voters in Straw Poll (Post, Dec. 18, 2003)

First Mayor's Widow Favors a Fighting Flag (Post, Dec. 11, 2003)

'Good News' for Mayor: No Recall Yet (Post, Dec. 4, 2003)

For Primary Backers, a Little Gold Amid the Dross (Post, Nov. 27, 2003)

Birthday Bash Reveals Dean Still Has Work to Do on the Diversity Front (Post, Nov. 20, 2003)

Presidential Primary Has Everything but Candidates (Post, Nov. 13, 2003)



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