Bowser’s regret and other conclusions from yesterday’s mayor’s debate

Two things are true about the mayor’s debate at this point in the election season: they are much more interesting when all three major candidates appear. And they all start to sound the same.

During last night on the right at Gaston Hall Georgetown University, Mayor Muriel Bowser shared the stage with her two rivals the Council, a member of the Council at will Robert White and a member of the council of the chamber 8 Trayon Whitein the only televised debate of the race.

As in previous debates, two board members attacked Bowser for what she has failed to do over the past eight years and what she has done not to their liking. The list is long: reduce violent crime and deaths on the roads, build enough affordable housing and create a fair system of public schools to name a few.

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