Bowser’s early start has translated into an early fundraising advantage. (Marvin Joseph/The Washington Post)

What can be divined about the young mayoral race from the first batch of campaign finance filings? Well, everyone has a little something to brag about. D.C. Council member Muriel Bowser (D-Ward 4) has the biggest overall bankroll, having raised more than $465,000. Jack Evans (D-Ward 2) made good on his moneyed reputation by putting up the highest per-donation average — $377,000 in less than half as many donations as Bowser. And Tommy Wells (D-Ward 6) might be a laggard in dollars raised, with $268,000 total, but he captured the most individual donations with more than 1,000. Meanwhile, Clinton administration cipher Reta Lewis raised a not-inconsiderable $75,000, and the wait continues to see if Mayor Vincent C. Gray (D) make up his mind on a second term. More from Loose LipsDCist and AP. And, oh yeah, there are some council races, too.

In other news:

RIP James Bunn, Ward 8 business leader and political muckamuck (InformerCHotR)

Ethics board says Inspector General Charles Willoughby isn’t being a good sharer (PostLoose Lips)

Hizzoner is on “The Politics Hour” today (WAMU-FM)

FEMS touts improved medical response times (Post)

L’enfant at L’Enfant Plaza (Post)

Liz Davis is officially your new Washington Teachers’ Union president (Post)

Will she balk on Kaya Henderson’s pet extended-school-day plan? (GGWWAMU-FM)

The back-and-forth continues over DMPED’s Florida Avenue development pick (Housing Complex)

At least a couple of Ward 8 community leaders are annoyed with the soccer deal (Post column)

Twenty cabs all fail Russ Ptacek’s late-night taxi test (WUSA-TV)

St. Elizabeths campus gets interest from institutions of higher education (Housing ComplexWBJ)

A 52-year-sentence for 19-year-old implicated in Latisha Frazier killing (WRC-TV)

Many unanswered questions in deaths of security guard, pregnant woman (Post)

Arrest made in recent Pleasant Plains killing, fire (Post)

Arrest made in two-year-old beating death of off-duty firefighter (Post)

Judge tosses Kingman Park residents’ bid to stop streetcar barn (WBJ)

Lincoln Memorial paint cleanup is almost complete (Post)

Developers’ lawsuit is latest United Medical Center snafu (WBJ)

Congressional hearing today about missing Park Police weapons (Post)

295 speed cams are in for some changes (WTOPWJLA-TV)

Former city administrator John Koskinen is tapped to be IRS administrator (Federal Eye)

D.C. fire union president’s roots on the sea (Seafarers International)

Frager’s set to open paint store in nearby restaurant (Capitol Hill Corner)

LGBT center should relax about Reeves Center deal (Blade)

Congressional Cemetery turns to goats for weed control (City Desk)

Fairfax Village tennis courts turn into a pop-up garden (GGW)

Some pretty good hints that Under Armour mogul bought a sweet Georgetown mansion (WBJ)

“D.C. Cribs, Sally Quinn Edition” (Now This News)

We’re miserable, but we’re not Seattle miserable (WNEW-FM)