Orange signaling a return to D.C. Council?
Former D.C. council member Vincent Orange (Ward 5) resigned Tuesday from his job as a vice president at Pepco, signaling that he is preparing to run for council chairman in the Democratic primary in September, D.C. Wire reports.
"There was a great celebration at Pepco today as Vince goes on to pursue other options as we try to analyze the next steps," said Sean Metcalf, a close friend and associate.
Metcalf stopped short of confirming that Orange will jump into the race, which would pit him against Council member Kwame R. Brown (D-At Large).
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| April 27, 2010; 5:46 PM ET
Tags: Kwame R. Brown, Pepco Holdings, Vincent Orange
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