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Topic - Tom Lindenfeld
The D.C. Council's longest-serving member took a giant step closer to securing a sixth term when his opponent dropped out of the race on Wednesday, citing a bizarre chain of events that included a man peering into the windows of her Georgetown home.
"This is fiction at its best," he said, noting it is common procedure to obtain opponents' campaign filings.
"He just decided that this was a P.I.," Mr. Lindenfeld said. "Did he wear a knit cap as well?"