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D.C. Legislators Running For Mayor Exploit Loophole They Voted To Close

D.C. legislators who are running for mayor recently voted to close a loophole that allows individuals and businesses to donate money through multiple entities, but that doesn't mean they're not taking that money now.
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Evans First D.C. Mayoral Contender To Pass $1 Million Mark

D.C. Council member Jack Evans is the first of the crowded field of contenders to raise more than $1 million, but he's also spending the money quickly.
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Graham Announces Ward 1 Re-Election Bid

D.C. Council member Jim Graham (D-Ward 1) announced today that he will run for a fifth term.
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The Politics Hour - Dec. 6, 2013

Prince William Board of County Supervisors Chairman Corey Stewart (R) and D.C. Council Member Vincent Orange join Kojo and Tom Sherwood in the studio.

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Catania To Explore Independent Mayoral Run

Yet another D.C. Council member is thinking about running for mayor, but this time as an independent vying in November's general election.
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Mayor Vincent Gray Makes Re-Election Campaign Official

D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray has officially picked up petitions from the election board, signalling his intention to run for re-election.

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D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray To Run For Reelection

WAMU 88.5 reporter Patrick Madden joins Kojo to explore the ramifications of D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray opting to run for reelection in 2014.

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D.C. Reverses Course, Allows Zukerberg To Raise Money For Attorney General Run

The saga of D.C.'s sole candidate for attorney general continued this week, with the D.C. Office of Campaign Finance reversing course and allowing Paul Zukerberg to raise money for an election that may not even happen.

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Paul Zukerberg Told To Stop Campaign For D.C. Attorney General

In an ongoing political battle over the timing of the first election of a District attorney general, Paul Zukerberg has been told to halt his campaign.

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The Politics Hour - Nov. 22, 2013

A breakdown in mental health care services contributes to a tragedy for a prominent Virginia lawmaker. Construction bumps continue to plague the Silver Spring Transit Center. And D.C. planners put the brakes on revising building height limits. Join us for our weekly review of the politics, policies and personalities of the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia.