On Oct. 8, the five Democratic candidates vying to become the District of Columbia's first elected Attorney General meet for a debate hosted by American University's Washington College of Law (AUWCL) and WAMU’s 'The Kojo Nnamdi Show'.
The D.C. Board of Elections says that the city's voting machines are outdated and in need of replacement, an admission that comes as the city prepares for what could be a close mayoral election on Nov. 4.
The simmering tensions between D.C. mayoral candidates Muriel Bowser and David Catania broke out into a full boil at a debate on Thursday night, as the two continued to spar over ethics, education and affordable housing.
D.C. residents have never voted for an attorney general, and the five candidates vying for the office ahead of the first-ever election in November used a debate on Monday to try and sell themselves as the best possible contenders for the job.
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