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Mayor's Race
Though the power of the mayor's office has declined, the District is seeing a spirited race to succeed Marion Barry. Congress gave much of the mayor’s authority to the appointed members of the D.C. control board, established to bring the city through its financial crisis.

C A N D I D A T E S
Click on the candidate's name to read a brief biography and campaign coverage.

Republican
Carol Schwartz

D.C. Statehood
John Gloster

Socialist Workers
Sam Manuel

          Democrat
Anthony A. Williams

Independent
Alpha Brown
Albert Ceccone
Faith
Brian P. Moore

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Latest News
Stories, editorials and opinion about the candidates that have appeared in The Post over the last month.

S T O R I E S   A N D   O N L I N E   F E A T U R E S

'On the Trail' Series
Anthony A. Williams
Carol Schwartz

Profiles
Carol Schwartz
Anthony A. Williams

Where They Stand
Structure of D.C. Government: Gloster | Schwartz | Williams
Schools: Gloster | Schwartz | Williams
Police Department: Gloster | Schwartz | Williams
Creating Jobs in the District: Gloster | Schwartz | Williams
Important Issues for City's Future: Gloster | Schwartz | Williams

Bob Levey Online Chats
Carol Schwartz – Aug. 26
Anthony A. Williams – Oct. 13

Stories About Candidate Records
Carol Schwartz
Anthony A. Williams

Quotables
Voters: What's the most important issue?

Candidates: What would you do to reach the untold number of people who are totally estranged from the everyday life of work and politics in this city?

Candidates: What do you plan to do for the poorer citizens of Washington?

Candidates: What is the most important issue in the race for mayor?

Primary Results
The returns from the primary are available both in a summary chart and displayed by ward.


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