WAMU 88.5 : The Kojo Nnamdi Show

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WAMU 88.5's D.C. Mayoral Candidate Forum

On April 1, Democratic voters in the District of Columbia head to the polls to choose their party's nominee for mayor. All eight candidates in the crowded field, including the incumbent, join us to discuss the issues that matter most to voters, including education, ethics and gentrification. Kojo, along with panelists Kavitha Cardoza, Patrick Madden and Tom Sherwood, conducts this special forum for mayoral hopefuls to make a case to voters and share their visions for the city.

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