Gray scraps with mayoral hopefuls
At the Alpha Kappa Alpha candidates' forum Wednesday night at Howard University, there were some fireworks between the candidates running for mayor in the Democratic primary. But most of the bickering wasn't between Mayor Adrian M. Fenty and his chief rival, D.C. Council Chairman Vincent. C. Gray.
In a risky strategy for a top-tier candidate, Gray got bogged down during part of the debate in a squabble with former television reporter Leo Alexander, Post reporter Tim Craig reports on D.C. Wire.
Alexander, who has been struggling to gain attention in what so far appears to be a two-man race, went on the offensive against Gray, accusing him of being as much to blame as Fenty for the city's problems, Craig reports.
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