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Analysis: Movement In D.C. Mayoral Race And A New Governing Style In Richmond

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Council member Muriel Bowser came up on top in another ward straw poll in the D.C. Mayoral race, but incumbent Vincent Gray has been pulling in big campaign donations since he announced he is running again. Meanwhile in Virginia, Gov. Terry McAuliffe is settling into his job and continuing outreach to members of the general assembly by, among other things, serving better liquor at the Governor's mansion. Washington Post columnist Robert McCartney joins WAMU's Matt McCleskey to talk about thee big stories around the region.

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