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Analysis: Breaking Down The D.C. Primary Results

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Yesterday was the primary election day in the District, and regardless of who wins the general election in November, Washington will have a new mayor after council member Muriel Bowser defeated incumbent mayor Vincent Gray in the Democratic primary with 44 percent of the vote to Gray's 32 percent.

WAMU's District reporter Patrick Madden talks with Matt McCleskey about Muriel Bowser's victory, her prospects against independent David Catania later this year, and the other races around the District.

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