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DeMorning Links: The shadow campaign

Mayor Vincent C. Gray on the night of his primary victory. (Jahi Chikwendiu/WASHINGTON POST)

In other news:

Can Marion Barry hold on for one more term? (Post, City Paper)

“These bastards. These killers. These murderers.” — mothers of South Capitol Street shooting victims testify in murder trial (Post)

Unused buildings cost DCPS $2.2 million a year (D.C. Schools Insider)

More bikes means more opportunity for conflict with cars, cops, pedestrians (Post)

Fire official involved in handling beer gift is demoted, plans to appeal (WaTimes)

Why parking minimums might make your rent or mortgage more expensive (Housing Complex)

Endorsements! (City Paper, GGW, @mikedebonis)

Last night: Teen girls, pregnant woman stabbed in separate incidents (Crime Scene, Crime Scene)

How Yvette Alexander’s vote against medical marijuana hurts business in her ward more than it helps (Housing Complex)

Pepco not a huge campaign giver (Housing Complex)

If you couldn’t make Tuesday night’s at-large debate at Black Cat ... (Storify, DCist)

”Abandominiums” host squatters, blight Anacostia (GGW)

Behold the new Fort Totten (DCmud)

Dan Snyder and Mike Shanahan love Hooters (Deadspin)

Longtime Superior Court aide named to the bench (Legal Times)

Parks and rec department gears up for summer (WJLA-TV)

Why no condom dispensers in GWU dorms? (Blade)

Congrats to Kavitha Cardoza on her education reporting award (WAMU-FM)

Behold the “Martha Stewart front porch” (Curbed)

Mike DeBonis covers Congress and national politics for The Washington Post. He previously covered D.C. politics and government from 2007 to 2015.
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