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Barry Wins Mayor Race In a Breeze
Democrats Score Virtual Sweep to Retain Dominance Election '78/The District Barry Is Decisive Winner In Race for District Mayor
The Washington Post (1974-Current file) - Washington, D.C.
Author: By Milton Coleman and Kenneth Bredemeier Washington Post Staff Writers
Date: Nov 8, 1978
Start Page: A1
Pages: 2

Marion Barry, a one-time black activist and former D.C. school board president, was overwhelmingly elected the second mayor of the District of Columbia yesterday as the Democratic Party soundly reaffirmed its dominance of city politics.

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