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He’s spent seven years on the City Council, and now he’s running for Mayor, with a platform that promises to focus on the three E’s: Education, Employment, and Economic Development. But beyond the stump speech, what do you really know about Vincent Orange? Our continuing series of intimate interviews with the Districts mayoral candidates continues.
- Vincent Orange Democratic Candidate, Chairman, D.C. Council; Former Member, D.C. Council, D-Ward 5
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