WASHINGTON -- District of Columbia Mayor Sharon Pratt Kelly and her financial team were tossed out by voters in Tuesday's Democratic mayoral primary as former mayor and ex-convict Marion Barry swept to victory.

Also on Tuesday, Maryland incumbent Louis Goldstein handily won the Democratic primary for comptroller with 64% of the vote, defeating attorney James Moorhead. In the Republican bid for the slot, Timothy Mayberry beat Richard Taylor with 52% of the vote.

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