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Video: Gray discusses his plans with Post editorial writer

Christopher Dean Hopkins

The Post's Jo-Ann Armao speaks with Vincent Gray, the presumptive mayor-elect of Washington, D.C., about what keeps him up at night and how he hopes to bring financial and education reform to the city.

By Christopher Dean Hopkins  | October 11, 2010; 7:04 PM ET
Categories:  2010 District Election, Vincent C. Gray  
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It was great to see Joanne Armao smile when she did this interview. Someone may want to put this side by side with the interview she did with the Chairman prior to the election at the time she interviewed both Fenty and Gray. Even Joanne may be surprised at how that looks.

I speak as a supporter of Vincent Gray, but I think that people who now give him a chance and a second look will be surprised at what they see and hear. He is an intelligent, creative and responsive public servant and I think the City will be in good hands when he is Mayor.

Posted by: peterdc | October 12, 2010 11:54 AM | Report abuse

I agree he will be a compliment to politics. I hope that he in being political correct keep in mind that many people worked tirelessly to get him to this point and that many want to see a fair and collaborative government reflected of the stakeholders and supporters from the Va. and Md. areas. One thing is transparent they wanted Fenty and Rhee out.

Posted by: frankiesimmons1 | October 12, 2010 1:33 PM | Report abuse

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