Lawyer for former Brown aide accuses council member of skulduggery

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On Monday, Mr. Brown survived a pair of challenges to his ballot-access petitions with just 166 signatures more than the 3,000-signature threshold needed to appear before voters Nov. 6. He took a moment at his press briefing to decry the challenges by Mr. Grosso and D.C. government watchdog Dorothy Brizill as “frivolous” and “wild conspiracy theories” that ignore real issues in the city.

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