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Morning Links

Early voting starts today at Judiciary Square. [Post]

Washington Post editorial board endorses Brianne Nadeau in Ward 1, Charles Allen in Ward 6, Nate Bennett-Fleming for at-large. [Post]

Hakim Sutton, former Michael Brown treasurer accused of massive campaign theft, turns himself in. [Post]

Muriel Bowser leads the latest Mayoral Power Rankings. [LL]

Gray takes on his foes in NewsChannel 8 debate. [LL]

Jack Evans: Fears of gentrification pushing out residents are "a perception, not necessarily a reality." [Post]

Sixteenth Street NW bus lane would help buses move faster. But would it help the rest of the traffic? [Post]

Post ed board stumps for Bowser. [Post]

Police chief Cathy Lanier says marijuana decriminalization won't have a "huge impact" for crime levels. [WAMU]

$600 drug deal still means lengthy prison sentence. [Times]

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