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Both parties recognize the Democrats' scam
Topic - Margaret Gentry
D.C. campaign-finance regulators were alerted long ago about potential violations involving big contributions to city politicians from businesses owned by D.C. contractor Jeffrey E. Thompson.
In a brief phone interview Tuesday, Ms. Gentry said she was asked to write the letter by former council member-turned-lobbyist John Ray, who supported one of Ms. Schwartz's opponents in the 2000 race.