Posts Tagged ‘2014 election’

Chatter: MoodSwing Voters

What you said about what we said last week.

Chatter: Peter Plan

Is Peter May crushing your freedom?

Who to Vote for (and Who Not to Vote for) in D.C.’s 2014 Democratic Primary

Another election, another set of would-be leaders who mostly seem determined to test just how willing District voters are to keep showing up and voting no matter how lousy their choices are.
What better explanation is there for the field that confronts D.C. Democrats? Four of 13 members of the D.C. Council are seeking the nomination [...]

Is The Already Crowded Mayoral Race Field Ready for Vince Gray’s Arrival?

Mayor Vince Gray's announcement that he's running for re-election means the contenders in an already crowded Democratic primary field now have the extra challenge of taking down an incumbent.
So how's the competition taking the news?
Candidates Vince Orange and Muriel Bowser say they're glad the mayor is running.
"Welcome to the race, I look forward to the [...]

A Soggy But Spirited Tommy Wells Enters D.C. Mayoral Fray

Ward 6 Councilmember Tommy Wells announced his campaign for mayor today, promising a crowd of drenched but cheering supporters that he would create a "livable, walkable city" and help end the "crisis of ethics in the Wilson Building."
"I apologize for the metaphor, but today we stand at a crossroads," Wells said from a podium set up [...]