Muriel Bowser was elected Tuesday as the District of Columbia’s seventh mayor in 40 years of self-rule for the nation’s capital, continuing the Democratic Party’s longtime dominance of city politics.
This year’s election for mayor could end up as the most competitive in the history of the nation’s capital. But that doesn’t mean it’s actually close.
Muriel Bowser is a fifth-generation Washingtonian.
The executive director of the District of Columbia Board of Elections is projecting 40 percent turnout for next week’s election.
The latest attack ad from Independent candidate David Catania uses pop culture to pit his Democratic opponent as a scandalous politician.
The top three candidates for mayor of Washington will be getting together for their third of four debates ahead of next month’s election.
President Barack Obama has endorsed fellow Democrat Muriel Bowser’s bid for District of Columbia mayor.
A new poll shows a smaller gap between the District of Columbia’s top two mayoral candidates than previous surveys had indicated.
A 26-year Navy veteran and longtime internal Navy watchdog has been nominated to serve as the District of Columbia’s new inspector general.
Washington’s mayoral candidates clashed over proposals to improve the city’s public schools in their first general-election debate, with the Democratic nominee characterizing her independent challenger as a loose cannon whose approach would lead to “ping-pongs in leadership.”