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VIDEO: Watch The WAMU 88.5 D.C. Mayoral Debate

Watch live as the eight D.C. Democratic mayoral candidates square off in a debate broadcast from the WAMU 88.5 media center in Northwest D.C.

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WAMU 88.5's D.C. Mayoral Candidate Forum

On April 1, Democratic voters in the District of Columbia will choose their party's nominee for mayor. All eight candidates on the ballot, including the incumbent, join us to make their cases to voters and to share their visions for the city.

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WAMU 88.5's D.C. Mayoral Candidate Forum

On April 1, Democratic voters in the District of Columbia will choose their party's nominee for mayor. All eight candidates on the ballot, including the incumbent, join us to make their cases to voters and to share their visions for the city.

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Bowser Is First At Being Second, Prompting Questions About Strategic Voting

Muriel Bowser is second to Mayor Vincent Gray in terms of support from likely Democratic voters, but she's first among the second-choice candidates.
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New Poll Finds Gray Still Ahead Of Bowser, But Weakened By Scandal

A new NBC Washington/WAMU/Washington Informer/Marist poll finds Mayor Vincent Gray with a lead over his challengers, but the scandal associated with his 2010 run still weighing him down.
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A New Poll On The District's Mayoral Race

A new WAMU 88.5/NBC 4 poll reveals what's on voters minds as the mayoral race in the District heads into its final stretch.

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Residents Satisfied With Direction Of District, According To Poll

As Mayor Vincent Gray prepares to face a primary challenge in his bid for re-election as D.C.'s mayor, an NBC/WAMU/Washington Informer/Marist poll finds Democrats think the District is headed in the right direction.

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D.C.'s Democratic Mayoral Candidates Squared Off On WAMU 88.5

The WAMU 88.5 media center played host to the eight Democratic D.C. mayoral candidates in a debate on Wednesday night, as they made their case for the District's highest elected office.

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