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(Washington Post) — D.C. Council member Kwame R. Brown (D-At Large) won the Democratic primary race for chairman on Tuesday, making him a virtual lock to become the city’s second-highest elected official. He defeated former council member Vincent Orange.

Brown got 55 percent of the vote, while Orange received 39 percent, according to unofficial results released just after 1:30 a.m. A third candidate, school board member Dorothy Douglas, got the remaining votes.

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