Some District Voters Undecided in Mayor’s Race
(Washington Informer) — While polls indicate that District voters are split along racial and class lines in the hotly contested battle for the Democratic Party nomination for mayor of Washington, D.C., there are some who have yet to determine who they intend to support.
More intriguing is that there is no specific reason among District voters as to why they have not decided to support either incumbent Mayor Adrian Fenty or D.C. Council Chairman Vincent Gray, the two leading candidates on Sept. 14.
“I am not into politics and really have not focused on who wants to be mayor,” said Charles Dunnington, 29. “I can say honestly that I have not made up my mind,” the Southeast resident said.