WASHINGTON, D.C. (WUSA) - On Monday, Mayor Vincent Gray was met by protestors as he tried to welcome people here to the International AIDS conference.
Bruce Johnson reports a group of activists want the city to do more for the hundreds of people on the list for subsidized housing. See the above video for some of their comments.
Gray is already on the ropes over a campaign scandal and didn't see this protest coming as he tried to welcome the HIV AIDS conference participants:
The group is demanding the city do more to get people with AIDS into subsidized housing, and the District's leading authority on HIV-AIDS programs had a major gripe of his own with the activists.
Mayor Gray did get to make his opening address. But as he made a quick exit, he fielded yet another new question about his 2010 campaign. The Washington Post reports that somebody got their hands on a list of 6 thousand public housing residents who were targeted by the Vincent Gray get out the vote efforts. The Post says if true, the campaign may have violated a law by using the list. A Gray staffer called the story "a reach".