Sheila Dixon Will Not Seek Recount of Election Results In a statement released on Wednesday, Democratic Baltimore mayor candidate Sheila Dixon says she will not see a recount of election results after losing to Catherine Pugh.
Election Results Certified In Baltimore CityBaltimore is one step closer to having a new mayor. The votes from the mayoral primary nearly two weeks ago were certified as accurate Monday.
Baltimore Primary Ballots Still Being Counted, Pugh and Dixon Separated By Just a Few Thousand VotesThousands of Baltimore ballots are still being tallied, and former Mayor Sheila Dixon is eagerly awaiting to see if the count changes in her favor.
Dixon Campaign: 'More Than 10,000' Baltimore Residents Have Not Had Ballots CountedAfter losing Baltimore's Democratic mayoral primary, Sheila Dixon's campaign is pointing out that many ballots have not been counted.
Pugh, Stokes Announce Bids For Baltimore MayorTwo heavy-hitters throw their hat into the ring to become Baltimore's new mayor. Baltimore State Senator Catherine Pugh entered the race for mayor. The state senate majority leader says her decision is based on a vision for a better Baltimore.
Sen. Catherine Pugh To Run For Mayor Of BaltimoreA high-profile addition to the race for Baltimore's next mayor.
Maryland Leaders Speak Out For Justice At Baltimore RallyGroups of demonstrators came together in Baltimore Saturday to rally for peace. The planned march was to be a mass protest of Gray's treatment by police, but after State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby's Friday's announcement of police charges, the tone had changed to more celebratory.
State Senator Catherine Pugh: "Please Call Your Children"Baltimore residents continue to take an active role in restoring calm, answering the call of city and state leaders---among them, State Senator Catherine Pugh.
Supporters Of Paid Sick Leave In Maryland To Talk ProsSupporters for paid sick days in Maryland are releasing new details on the cost benefits of workers earning time off.
3 Marylanders Invited As First Lady's Guests To State Of The UnionThree Marylanders will take seats next to the First Lady at Tuesday's State of the Union address.
Bill Would Force Employers To Give Paid Sick LeaveThe state of Maryland should make sure that a minimum amount of sick leave is available to low-wage employees who can't afford to miss a day's pay, Del. John A. Olszewski Jr. says.
Bill Would Require Students To Learn CPRPublic high school students would be required to learn CPR under a measure before the Maryland General Assembly.