Gray, Fenty Styles May Speak Volume to Voters

July 14, 2010  |  

(Washington Post) — Two months before the District’s Democratic mayoral primary, incumbent Adrian M. Fenty and leading opponent Vincent C. Gray are running campaigns that mirror their leadership styles — pitting a fast-paced, lean operation against a more deliberate campaign that has put the once-popular mayor on the defensive.  Which approach wins could be an indication of which leadership style voters prefer: that of the mayor, who says he has to make quick, sometimes unpopular decisions to get things done, or that of the D.C. Council chairman, who is more likely to consult constituencies before taking major actions.

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