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The Ward 4 D.C. Council member took in more than her two collegues also vying for the city's top elected office.
Come Wednesday night, D.C. mayoral contenders will have to report how much money they've taken in and how much they've spent.
The race for D.C. Mayor is starting to become a crowd, as outsider Reta Jo Lewis has announced her intention to run.
D.C. legislators are reeling after former Council member Michael Brown pleaded guilty to bribery, saying that his actions keep a dark cloud over City Hall.
It's been a tough three years in D.C. politics, with a number of elected officials being embroiled in some sort of scandal.
It's no secret that Ward 2 Council member Jack Evans planned to run for mayor, but his campaign was made official Sunday morning.
Good government activists say that this week's indictment of a former D.C. Council member proves that more work is needed on reforming the city's campaign finance laws.
Kojo and Tom chat with Deborah Hersman, chair of the National Transportation Safety Board, and Jack Evans, longtime member of the D.C. Council and soon-to-be mayoral candidate.
John A. Wilson was one of the most powerful men in D.C. politics, but he had a secret that would eventually drive him to suicide.
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