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Analysis: D.C.'s At-large Council Primary, Dulles Rail Fight Continues

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It's the home stretch of primary season in D.C. and Maryland; voters head to the polls on Tuesday -- with a number of local races on the ballot. Four ward seats on the D.C. Council, as well as one at-large seat, are up for grabs, and in Maryland's 6th Congressional District, a political newcomer seems to be taking the lead over a veteran politician in the Democratic primary for that seat.

Washington Post Metro columnist Bob McCartney talks with WAMU Morning Edition host Matt McCleskey about what to expect Tuesday. Listen to the full interview.

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