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In the District, the race for mayor is heading into the final stretch. The primary is now less than two weeks away and voters can already cast a ballot at the city's early voting center. The latest polling shows Mayor Adrian Fenty trailing City Council Chairman Vincent Gray.

Earlier this week, WAMU Reporter Patrick Madden sat down with Mayor Fenty at a coffee shop in downtown D.C. to talk about the campaign.

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