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U.S. DELEGATE

143 of 143 precincts - 100 percent reporting

Eleanor Holmes Norton, Dem. (incumbent), 109,390 votes - 90 percent

Missy Reilly Smith, GOP, 7,385 votes - 6 percent

Rick Tingling-Clemmons, DCG, 4,115 votes - 3 percent

Queen Noble, Ind., 719 votes - 1 percent

MAYOR

143 of 143 precincts - 100 percent reporting

Vincent Gray, Dem., 90,399 votes - 96 percent

Carlos Allen, Ind., 2,034 votes - 2 percent

Faith, DCG, 1,338 votes - 1 percent

Omari Musa, SWP, 658 votes - 1 percent

CITY COUNCIL CHAIRMAN

143 of 143 precincts - 100 percent reporting

Kwame Brown, Dem., 103,525 votes - 90 percent

Ann Wilcox, DCG, 12,043 votes - 10 percent

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For election results for the District's wards and precincts, visit the D.C. Board of Elections.

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