The head of the D.C. Democratic State Committee is refusing to publicly state who she voted for in last week's party vote on an interim at-large council member, calling the matter "private."
The write-in campaign for Mayor Adrian Fenty must stop using the signs left over from Fenry's primary race, city campaign finance authorities have ruled. A complaint Separate complaints filed by civic watchdog Dorothy Brizill and attorney Brian Lederer, representing the Vincent Gray campaign, alleged that the write-in group, aka "Save...
For the last 48 hours, the political blogosphere has been devoting a lot of attention to D.C. Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D), specifically to whether she bended or broke any rules soliciting funds from an unknown lobbyist.
Reuben O. Charles II, 40, a wealthy venture capitalist, could play a key role in a Vincent C. Gray administration, perhaps even becoming his chief of staff, according to people familiar with the campaign.
D.C. Mayor Adrian M. Fenty (D) has blocked a council bill that would have made it a crime to pay people to vote, according to council staffers. Last month, the council overwhelmingly approved a bill by council member Mary M. Cheh (D-Ward 3) that would have enshrined in the local...
| August 16, 2010; 4:00 PM ET |
Categories: 2010 District Election, Campaign Finance, City Finances, D.C. Council, Mayor Fenty, Tim Craig, Vincent C. Gray, vincent gray
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By Nikita Stewart Mayor Adrian M. Fenty, finding himself in a contentious race with Council Chairman Vincent C. Gray, spent more than $1.8 million - mostly in television advertising - in June and July. The rapid spending after months of sitting on millions of dollars leaves Fenty with $1.9 million...
by Nikita Stewart
| August 11, 2010; 7:04 AM ET |
Categories: 2010 District Election, Campaign Finance, D.C. Council, Mayor Fenty, Nikita Stewart, Vincent C. Gray, vincent gray
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