Posts Tagged ‘2010 Mayoral Race’

One City, Two Campaigns

The shadow campaign is finally out of the bag.
Ever since nuisance candidate Sulaimon Brown started snitching ’bout shenanigans in the 2010 mayoral primary more than a year ago, reporters, the D.C. Council, and the public have been trying to figure out what really happened in Mayor Vince Gray’s victory over Adrian Fenty.
This week, federal prosecutors [...]

D.C. Republicans Prefer Democrats—And Sarah Palin

If Mayor Adrian Fenty winning the Republican nomination as a write-in candidate, even though he couldn't accept it without registering with the GOP, paints D.C.'s Republicans as a little bit odd and quixotic, their runner-up write-in choice just makes them look sad.
Though we here at City Paper were theorizing that it might be current [...]

Loose Lips Daily: The Other Kind of Race Edition

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Michael D. Brown Not Giving Up
Fenty Not Allowed To Switch Teams

Good afternoon sweet readers! LL apologizes for the lateness of this roundup, but felt like [...]

Democracy Threatened By Missing Seal!

The Board of Elections and Ethics (BOEE) says that the voting problems that have shown up at several places around the District are, in part, due to good old human error. BOEE spokeswoman Alysoun McLaughlin says problems emerged after some poll workers forgot their training, something that's particularly problematic as the city [...]

Loose Lips Daily: Our Poll Rules Edition

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Nickles's Neighbor: Elena Kagan
What Robocalls Get Wrong About Jim Graham
Bill Lightfoot Also Meets with OCF

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Loose Lips Daily: Back to the ’90s Edition

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Stop The Music: Complaint Filed Against Moten's Go-Go Efforts
New Fenty Ad: Do We Want To Go Back To That?

Mary Cheh Is Down With Gray

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Loose Lips Daily: No Advice Edition

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How Mendo Can Still Win
Gray Wagon
Harry Reid Gets His Comeuppance

Good morning, sweet readers! Did you see the Oval Office makeover? LL also has plans to redo his [...]

Loose Lips Daily: Post Poll Spells Doom Edition

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Post Poll: Fenty is Toast
Questions for Gray
Early Voting Guide

Good morning, sweet readers! Did you remember to vote early and often today? When LL lived in a rural [...]

Post Poll: Gettin’ Toasty for Fenty

What was that bomb you heard around midnight? It was the sound of Mayor Adrian Fenty's re-election campaign being blown up, at least if the Washington Post's new poll numbers are correct.
The Post has D.C. Council Chairman Vincent Gray up 13 points among all registered Democrats and 17 (!) points up among those likely to [...]

Loose Lips Daily: Desperation Edition

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Mendo Goes on the Offensive Against Michael Brown
Gray Wins Wednesday
What Should We Ask the Mayor?

Good morning, sweet readers! Another Thursday already? Man, these things don't stop. In [...]

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