Ward 7’s Alexander isn’t worried about possible challengers, including Kwame Brown.
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How the feds took down "Fully Loaded."
The Bowser era starts now
As D.C. Council Chairman, Kwame Brown had a reputation as a tussler. A day before he resigned from office, he even shoved reporter Mark Segraves into a wall.
Brown has been out of the Wilson Building for two years thanks to U.S. Attorney Ron Machen, and it looks like he won't be pursuing the at-large bid he was [...]
Mayor Vince Gray isn’t just running for re-election. He’s Muhammad Ali, pulling the rope-a-dope on his rivals like it’s the Rumble in the Jungle.
If you bring up how many of Gray’s friends are headed to prison, he’ll come back like Jedi master Obi-Wan Kenobi, stronger than he was before. He’s Rocky Balboa facing Apollo Creed, [...]
In 2010, Kwame Brown’s campaign for D.C. Council chairman was awash in cash. By the end of the general election, the-then at-large councilmember reported a total of $698,767.00 in donations and $690,312.10 in expenses.
All that money worked. Brown went on to win the Democratic primary for chairman against Vincent Orange with 55 percent of the [...]
Whatever his strengths as a Council chairman or auto enthusiast, Kwame Brown just couldn't run a clean campaign. That's the conclusion LL's drawing from a $45,000 fine Brown's 2010 campaign for chairman received earlier this month from the Office of Campaign Finance.
LL ran down Brown's comically mismanaged 2010 bid when OCF's initial report came out this [...]
Just two months after Kwame Brown's house arrest ended, LL would like to be the first to call for a comeback tour. The motivations here are entirely selfish, because another campaign could be the only thing that gets an answer to a question that's been bugging LL. Specifically, how is this guy so bad at running [...]
Che Brown's back! The brother of former D.C. Council Chairman Kwame Brown was released from a District halfway house yesterday, according to the Bureau of Prisons.
Brown was sentenced to three months in prison in March on bank fraud charges. More importantly for LL's purposes, U.S. Attorney Ron Machen has said that no one, including Brown, will face [...]
The 2014 mayor's race has its first candidate who isn't on the D.C. Council: Reta Lewis, a former employee of the State Department and the Clinton administration.
Beyond promising to make D.C. "the world-class city we deserve," Lewis' websitedoesn't reveal much about her campaign. LL asked Lewis for more information, but hasn't heard back (update: see [...]