District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray has signed a bill that exempts certain longtime city residents from paying property taxes.
With a week left before the District of Columbia’s Democratic mayoral primary, Mayor Vincent Gray has more money left to spend than any of his rivals.
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.