Washington, D.C., Mayor Vincent Gray's 2010 victory benefited from $650,000 in unreported funds. As of yet, the mayor hasn't been directly tied to the effort, though members of his campaign have. But no doubt these numbers have him scared:
A majority of District residents say Mayor Vincent C. Gray should resign, according to a new Washington Post poll that reveals how deeply the continuing campaign corruption scandal has eroded the city's support for its mayor.Gray's support is dwindling even among his political base, with 48 percent of African Americans saying he should resign. Among those who say they voted for him in 2010, nearly four in 10 think that he should step down...East of the Anacostia River, an area where 82 percent of voters preferred Gray in the 2010 Democratic primary, a plurality of residents now think he should step down, 48 percent to 43 percent.
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