This is the sixth in a series of profiles on the candidates running for D.C. mayor in 2014.
Former District of Columbia mayor Marion Barry says Mayor Vincent Gray should be re-elected because of his experience and track record, and he brushed off concerns about a federal investigation of Gray’s 2010 campaign, saying, “I know how U.S. attorneys work.”
Voters are getting their first chance to cast ballots in a scandal-marred race for District of Columbia mayor.
Marion Barry said Friday night he’s not sure whether Mayor Vincent Gray can win re-election amid allegations by federal prosecutors that he knew about an illegal “shadow campaign” in 2010.
A former Republican filed paperwork Wednesday to run for District of Columbia mayor as an independent, setting the stage for a competitive race in the midst of a scandal involving current Mayor Vincent Gray’s 2010 campaign.
A scandal involving a convicted campaign donor nicknamed “Uncle Earl” is endangering District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray’s re-election chances.
Federal court documents say a campaign adviser to Hillary Rodham Clinton was personally involved in an off-the-books operation to help the former first lady’s 2008 presidential campaign in four states and Puerto Rico.
For most of Vincent Gray’s three-plus years as District of Columbia mayor, federal prosecutors have been investigating alleged dirty tricks in his 2010 campaign.
Federal prosecutors say District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray was aware of an off-the-books “shadow campaign” to support his 2010 bid and personally requested the funds from an influential District businessman.
The man who blew the whistle on illegal activity during District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray’s 2010 campaign is endorsing one of Gray’s rivals.