Mayor Loses His Power

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    WASHINGTON - OCTOBER 13: District of Columbia Public Schools Chancellor Michelle Rhee (R) and City Council Chairman Vincent Gray attend a news conference October 13, 2010 at Mayflower Hotel in Washington, DC. Rhee has announced her decision to down from her position and Mayor Adrian Fenty has picked Deputy Public Schools Chancellor Kaya Henderson to become the interim chancellor. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

    If the lights in your home were out last night after Wednesday's snow storm, you are not alone.  The mayor was in the dark too.

    After attending to snow-related emergencies around the city last night, Washington's new mayor returned home to find that he had lost electricity, the Post reported.

    'He said, 'It's my turn.  I have to share the burden, too,'" said Gray's spokesman, Linda Wharton-Boyd.

    Mayor Gray lives in the Hillcrest neighborhood, where numerous power outages were reported.