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Polls in the District of Columbia opened bright and early on Tuesday for local primary elections. But with most residents focused on November’s presidential balloting, turnout for local contests could be light. Join Kojo as we explore the results of the local races and how they may affect the people who live and work in the District.
- Mike DeBonis "Loose Lips" Columnist, Washington City Paper
- Nikita Stewart Reporter, The Washington Post
- Patrick Mara Republican Candidate for D.C. City Council (At-Large)
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