With votes still being counted early Wednesday, Bowser had 44 percent of the vote to Gray's 32 percent. But Bowser will face a credible challenger this November in David Catania, an independent D. But a series of guilty pleas in federal court have revealed that top campaign aides broke the law to help him get elected.The Democratic primary winner has gone on to win every general election since the U. Three weeks ago, prosecutors said Gray knew about an illegal, 8,000 slush fund that aided his get-out-the-vote efforts four years ago.In the report, which was accompanied by nude pictures of Mrs.Jenrette, she claimed that she and her husband had had sex on the U. Capitol steps during a break in an all-night House session. Today she is married to Prince Nicolò Boncompagni Ludovisi, and works in New York real estate. Barry had previously used drugs over a hundred times. Flowers came forward during Bill Clinton’s 1992 presidential campaign to boldly state that she had maintained a 12-year affair with the Arkansas governor.
Wendel said if she saw a photo of a man holding a Black Lives Matter poster, it would signal his liberal values, while a photo of a man hunting or fishing would turn her off. David Vitter, whose telephone number was disclosed by the so-called "D. Madam" accused of running a prostitution ring, says he is sorry for a "serious sin" and that he has already made peace with his wife."This was a very serious sin in my past for which I am, of course, completely responsible," Vitter said Monday in a printed statement."Several years ago, I asked for and received forgiveness from God and my wife in confession and marriage counseling. shows has historically been mixed, series based in the District dominated this year’s Emmy nominations. A look by numbers: “House of Cards” (Netflix): The online subscription site crashed the Emmys party, mostly due to its high-profile political drama, starring Kevin Spacey as a scheming congressman. The show itself, for best drama, becoming the first online series to do so. “Homeland” (Showtime): Last year’s champion continued to dominate the drama category, as the CIA nailbiter was nominated for best drama, in addition to actors Claire Danes and Damian Lewis (lead) for their work in a love-and-terrorism storyline. “Scandal” (ABC): Kerry Washington landed a lead drama actress nod for her work as the fearless Olivia Pope (based on D. fixer Judy Smith) in the only breakout broadcast hit of the season. “Veep” (HBO): Emmy favorite Julia Louis-Dreyfus — last year’s winner — predictably showed up in comedy lead actress category for her role as the harried vice president, but two of her co-stars also got some attention, as Tony Hale and Anna Chlumsky each scored noms in the comedy supporting actor and actress categories, respectively. ,” don’t feel based on the Clintons, so, okay then.) Anyway, the miniseries got a lot of love Thursday morning, including a nod for best miniseries, along with one for Weaver as actress in a miniseries.