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(Washington Post) — Five months before the Democratic primary for D.C. mayor, incumbent Adrian M. Fenty and chief rival Vincent C. Gray face vastly different hurdles to win, setting up a race that appears to be wide open.

Fenty needs to reconnect with voters who four years ago placed their hopes in a young candidate willing to take on the city’s biggest challenges. The relatively unknown Gray, the D.C. Council chairman and former bureaucrat, must introduce himself to much of the electorate and convince voters that he is a viable alternative to Fenty.

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