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  • Eugenia C. Harris, who faces up to three years in prison and fines totaling $250,000, has agreed to assist authorities as part of a broader investigation into campaign finance irregularities. (Raymond Thompson/The Washington Times)

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  • In addition, she admitted to causing others to destroy a large volume of records from her businesses because they could have revealed the extent of her involvement in the mayoral election.

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  • Council member David A. Catania, at-large independent, was the first elected official to call on Mr. Gray to step down after campaign aide Eugenia C. Harris admitted in court she managed straw donations and off-the-books infusion of funds into the campaign.

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