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Blast from the Past

Every once in a while someone pops up out of context, seemingly out of place. Last Monday, as Council Chairman Vincent C. Gray (D) visited Appletree Early Learning Public Charter School in Columbia Heights, in walked Vince Morris.




Vince Morris pops up at Appletree. (By Nikita Stewart)

He used to serve as spokesman for former Mayor Anthony A. Williams.

Was Morris there for Sen. John F. Kerry (D) for whom he was working as communications director after Williams left office? "No, I'm working for a trade association," he said.
What gives?

One word: Emma.

His 6-year-old daughter went to another Appletree school, and Morris is now on the board of directors. He was lending his support to pre-K legislation that Gray sponsored and the council passed in the Committee of the Whole on March 18.




Vince Morris pops up at Appletree. (By Nikita Stewart)

By Nikita R Stewart  |  March 24, 2008; 12:00 PM ET
 
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