Baltimore’s 2016 election is suddenly getting attention, as former mayor Sheila Dixon declares herself a candidate, running against incumbent Stephanie Rawlings-Blake in the Democratic primary race for mayor.
Dr. John LaFerla has formally filed his candidacy for the Democratic primary next year to run in Maryland’s 1st District congressional race.
Former prosecutor Glenn Ivey is ending his Democratic primary challenge to Rep. Donna Edwards in Maryland’s 4th District.
The polls opened Thursday for early voting in Baltimore City. That means registered Democrats started casting ballots at 10 a.m. for the mayoral primary.
A new poll from WJZ’s media partner, The Baltimore Sun, finds half of likely voters plan to cast their ballot for Stephanie Rawlings-Blake in the Democratic primary.