Washington, D.C., Mayor Vincent Gray is on a mission.
Gray, who succeeded Adrian Fenty in 2011, is a lifelong D.C. resident. He has spent most of his career serving as director of the District of Columbia Department of Human Services and as a three-term city council member. As mayor, Gray is attempting to build on the momentum set in recent years that has reversed D.C.’s fortunes and turned it into one of the most dynamic economies in the United States.
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