Unfortunately, only one can win on April 26. Or, very possibly, none of these will. For the many residents who’d prefer one of several candidates over Vincent Orange, this election is going to either force some deep strategic voting, or result in a winner who’s low on the ranked list for many voters.

Biddle was endorsed by eight members of the D.C. Council, environmental and progressive groups, and a few of the better unions. Orange has most of the unions including the teachers. Weaver is strong in youth groups and students, and Mara has the police, the Washington Post and, of course, the D.C. GOP.

[Continue reading David Alpert’s post at Greater Greater Washington.]

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