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Reid plans to seek Mfume's seat Bethel AME pastor will have help from stepbrother Schmoke
Yes, there's life after Congress No regrets: In 1991, William Gray left a promising career in the House of Representatives to head the United Negro College Fund, and he has never looked back.
Onset of 'Newday' makes difference Ready: Before being named president of the NAACP, Rep. Kweisi Mfume registered at a hotel under an alias that reflects the hope and energy that he has engendered in the organization.
A last chance for history and civility in racial issues
Lines form on exit of Mfume Potential candidates weigh chances to win 7th District seat
Three brave souls answer the NAACP's call
Up for grabs Kweisi Mfume's seat: Aspirants can talk but a quick race will be decided by ready cash.
Race begins for open seat in 7th District Potential successors to Mfume include office-holders; 'Safe' seat for Democrats; Congressman's nod and Parren Mitchell's is seen as critical
Right man, right time for NAACP Skilled leader: Representative Mfume brings vigor, respect and hope to a floundering giant.
NAACP's choice of Mfume hailed New president is expected to clear deficit, boost image
Glendening promises quickness on vacancy 'A sea of candidates' is expected to compete for seat in 7th District
Mfume to head NAACP Congressman a surprise pick to succeed Chavis; Major changes pledged; Fiscal integrity, membership growth among his goals
Mfume move to NAACP hailed, lamented locally Congressman praised; his leaving called a loss to the state
Mfume transformed himself Maturing: As he progressed from the Baltimore City Council to the U.S. Congress, Kweisi Mfume developed into a polished consensus builder.
Ohio congressmen push bill to stop Browns' move But Md. delegation sees little chance of passing limited antitrust exemption
Before Congress, there were the streets Kweisi Mfume muses on his own atonement
The Next Generation
Baltimore's Cliffhanger Election
In unexpected endorsement, Mfume supports Schmoke CAMPAIGN 1995
Schmoke promises new jobs CAMPAIGN 1995 MAYOR'S RACE
Funds for Morgan's center at risk
It's no illusion, it's a day of face-offs
Schmoke, Clarke sharpen rhetoric in debate over records, plans for city
Clinton affirms that he's Clinton
Clinton to address 'set-asides'
Md. lawmakers say maps can withstand challenge
President, GOP warned over affirmative action
ON HEARING that the Washington chapter of...
Run Jesse, Run?
Coalition defends affirmative action
3 prominent liberals waver on preferences
MFUME'S STAR RISES HIGH OVER CAPITOL HILL
The political bent only part of story behind book deals
'The anxious class' vs. racial quotas
Md.'s GOP representatives promise not 'to rub it in'
Democrats shift leadership
Bell opens bid for presidency of Baltimore City Council
Bell jumps into race for City Council president
Row over House caucuses is much ado about nothing
Mfume denounces GOP on cuts for caucuses
Republicans woo Mfume to cross the aisle
Mfume loses long-shot bid for No. 3 post in House Democratic leadership
If Maryland were term-limited
Mfume bids for No. 3 post among House Democrats
Gilchrest, Cardin, Mfume for Congress
Clinton bids Haiti's president farewell, good luck U.S. INTERVENTION IN HAITI
Mfume, ending term as Black Caucus' head, to seek 'leadership position'
Agreement brings relief in Congress