D.C. Public Schools are in the spotlight once again after another scandal leads to the Chancellor's resignation. No women represent Maryland in Congress, but five have been chosen as candidates for Lt. Governor. And details emerge about what Prince George's County offered and why it wasn't chosen by Amazon to host their new headquarters.
In Virginia, Republican David Yancey won the highly-publicized name draw in the tied delegate race that could determine which party holds the majority in the House of Delegates, but his Democratic opponent Shelly Simonds will likely request a recount. Regionwide, tax collectors are scrambling to handle the wave of prepaid property taxes. Plus, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser is back on the campaign trail and joins us in studio. Tune in for our weekly review of the politics, policies, and personalities of the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia.
- Muriel Bowser Mayor, District of Columbia (D); @MayorBowser
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