Mayor Gray arrives outside City Market for a press conference on Dec. 3 (@brucejohnson via Twitter)
WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- DC Mayor Vincent Gray in his first press conference since announcing his re-election campaign, refused to get into details of his 2010 campaign that saw four people plead guilty to felonies for illegalities and irregularities.
Gray again said that he did nothing wrong, but that's as far as he would go saying candidates now seeking his job should first lay out their vision for the District.
The backdrop for that press conference on Tuesday was the massive City market development in the Shaw area. Gray laid out a litany of accomplishments since he took office including more than 17,000 new jobs, lower unemployment, higher student test scores, more affordable housing and less crime.