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WAMU 88.5's Patrick Madden and National Journal's Reid Wilson break down what happened in local and Congressional races in the April 3 primary in D.C. and Maryland.
The contest between incumbent Vincent Orange and Sekou Biddle for the at-large seat on the D.C. Council remains too close to call, with just a few hundred votes separating the two.
Turnout was slow in the early hours of the D.C. primary election on Tuesday, as residents of the District weigh in on candidates for four wards as well as the Presidential race.
Polls for the April 3 D.C. primary are open through 8 p.m. on Tuesday, so check in to see the latest rolling rolling precinct figures as they come in via Twitter.
D.C. voters have had their fill of scandals with the D.C. government this year; whether that will affect their desire to vote in tomorrow's D.C. primary remains to be seen.
Mayor-for-life and now Council member Marion Barry has four opponents in the upcoming primary for his Ward 8 council seat.
There are five candidates competing for the Ward 7 D.C. Council seat, including incumbent Council member Yvette Alexander.
There are five challengers to incumbent Ward 4 Council woman Muriel Bowser in the 2012 primary, set for April 3.
There are four candidates, including incumbent Vincent Orange, vying for the at-large D.C. Council seat April 3.
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