Vincent C. Gray
Vincent Gray has a host of reasons to run for re-election as Washington’s mayor — and one big reason not to. The first-term Democrat can highlight successes including a booming real estate market, a rapidly expanding population and reductions in violent crime in the nation’s capital. But a long-running federal investigation of corruption in city politics looms over a potential re-election campaign for Gray.
Speed limits on some major commuter routes in the nation’s capital won’t be going up after all.
A judge has agreed not to set a sentencing date for a former campaign aide to District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray.
People who seek medical assistance for drug overdoses will get limited legal protections under a bill signed recently by District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray.
District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray said Wednesday that he still believes he’s the best person to lead the city despite revelations that he was elected with the help of a $650,000 in illicit funds, and he said he has no plans to resign.
A second former aide to District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray was charged Wednesday with a federal offense arising from Gray’s 2010 campaign and intends to plead guilty, a day after another aide’s guilty plea revealed the use of underhanded tactics to get Gray elected.
A new report is scheduled to be released on Monday that calls on federal officials to help clean up the Anacostia River.
Vincent C. Gray was sworn in Sunday as the sixth elected mayor of the District of Columbia, promising to be an executive who would unite the diverse residents of the nation’s capital.