Out of at-large race, in for Ward 6
Kelvin Robinson, a Democrat who waged a short-lived campaign for an at-large D.C. council seat, has announced that he's dropping out of that race to challenged council member Tommy Wells for the Ward 6 seat, Mike DeBonis reports.
A news release from Robinson's campaign says he "made his decision after meeting with a number of community leaders and neighbors" who wanted him to "end his at-large bid to offer an alternative to Ward 6 residents."
Stay with DeBonis for more details.
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| June 10, 2010; 12:01 PM ET
Categories: DC | Tags: DC Council, election, kelvin robinson, tommy wells, ward 6
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