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Mayoral candidates favor meet-and-greets over public appearances. [Post]

Attorney general hopeful Karl Racine‘s law firm overbilled the District while he was managing partner. [LL]

Jet-setting former mayor Adrian Fenty returns to the District to do his civic duty. [Post]

Muriel Bowser says David Catania‘s “Scandal” mailer is a sign of desperation. [LL]

Attorney general candidate Lorie Masters promises to drop new info on her rivals this morning. [Twitter]

Ward 5’s tiny house community—-neighbors with Ward 5 councilmember Kenyan McDuffie—-call it quits. [City Desk]

Racine wins the Current endorsement, Bowser wins a go-go singer’s. [LL]

The Post‘s at-large candidate profiles pick up Eugene Puryear, Wendell Felder, Courtney Snowden. [PostPostPost]

Here are the rules for getting a gun permit. [WAMU]

Hold up! Closing D.C. General homeless shelter is easier said than done. [Housing Complex]

Charter school substitute accused of sexually assaulting student. [City DeskPost, WAMU]

Name Loudoun County’s Metro stations. [Housing Complex]

The Blade interviews Catania. [Blade]

DDOT lays out 16th St. bridge replacement plan. [WAMU]

Photo by Darrow Montgomery