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Nat Gandhi stays mum on lottery contract; Jim Graham says he’s an innocent victim; David Catania makes both Nixon and Napoleon references when talking about CFO’s office. [Post, Examiner]

Ron Machen on Kwame “Fully Loaded” Brown‘s 2008 campaign: “There’s a real difference between not being criminally charged versus running a campaign properly.” [Post]

Mayoral hopefuls Muriel Bowser and Jack Evans spend big to win no-contest contests. [Post]

Bedbuds at a fire station. [Times]

Evans says he doesn’t have that “crazy feeling that Nat Gandhi should resign.” [Examiner]

Sekou Biddle might run in special election. [DCist]

Streetcars coming, soonish. [DCist]

Wrongfully convicted D.C. man needs help. [Post]

Mary Cheh pushes stalled proposal to ban money orders. [DCist]