Washington Post: Torn voters in D.C. mayor’s race see a city at a crossroads

Gray has been “all red flags from the get-go,” Lotter says. “Corruption is a form of injustice, and it needs to be cured.”

But Stephen McDow, 37, sees Gray as a “consistent and stable leader.” Intimations of legal action to come against the mayor are “speculation and rumor,” says McDow, a stay-at-home father with two children at Shepherd. “There’s this little thing called innocent until proven guilty. So I don’t have a compelling reason to vote against him.” Continue Reading

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