Decisions, decisions
Decisions, decisions

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Before he was mayor, Vince Gray spent years on the D.C. Council with mayoral hopefuls David Catania, Muriel Bowser, and Carol Schwartz. Then in the primary, Gray passed countless debates and forums with Bowser.

After all that time, LL would think that Gray knows the mayoral candidates well enough to figure out who he’s voting for in November. But no! Gray told reporters today that he still hasn’t made up his mind about who he’ll vote for.

“Not yet,” Gray said of his ballot choice. “We’re working on it.”

Gray’s reluctance to embrace Democratic nominee Bowser, both politically and literally, has made for one of the general election’s most entertaining sideshows.

Meanwhile, some of his old supporters have already made up their minds. The unions that backed Gray in the primary have mostly broken for Bowser, while former D.C. Chamber of Commerce head and Gray stalwart Barbara Lang is backing Catania.

But don’t expect Gray to jump in any time soon.

“I’m not going to endorse either candidate today, on anything,” Gray said.

Photo by Darrow Montgomery