BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Former Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon is expected to announce her 2020 political plans next week, WJZ has learned.
Dixon, the city’s one-time mayor, resigned in January 2010 amid a scandal involving her misuse of gift cards intended for the needy.READ MORE: Social Media Proven To Have Long-Term Negative Effects On Teens And Young Adults, Reports Say
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Dixon also ran for mayor in 2016, narrowly losing in the primary to Catherine Pugh. Pugh ultimately became mayor and was herself forced to resign amid a scandal involving her self-published book series.MORE NEWS: Baltimore Financier Chuck Nabit, Accused Of Spending Over $90K On Sex Trafficking, Sentenced To 18 Months In Federal Prison
Pugh pleaded guilty last month to four federal charges in the “Healthy Holly” case.