The Politics Hour
Maryland's governor defends his turf. Democrats lose ground across the board in Virginia. And D.C. voters move to make city attorney general an elected position. Join us for our weekly review of the politics, policies, and personalities of the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia.
Politics Hour Extra
District of Columbia Attorney General Peter Nickles reflects on Mayor Adrian Fenty's time in office and says that he hopes Mayor-Elect Vincent Gray is successful, but cautioned that "...if I see what I saw back in the nineties, I will probably be back suing the city:"
Nickles says having an elected Attorney General in the District of Columbia is a "crazy idea." Nickles says the notion that he was a "handmaiden for the mayor" is ridiculous:
The Kojo Nnamdi Show (http://88-5.us/aWMWfK): County Executive-elect, Prince George's County (Md.) Rushern Baker talks about lessons he took from D.C. Mayor Adrian Fenty's approach to education reform as he embarks on a similar agenda: