BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Former Mayor Sheila Dixon will make an announcement about the city’s mayoral race on Saturday in west Baltimore.
The 65-year-old is planning an event at 11 a.m. at the Ruth M. Kirk Recreation and Learning Center in the Franklin Square neighborhood.READ MORE: Scott Calls For Tougher Laws In Response To Texas School Shooting
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The event is billed as a community event to collect winter items for families in need.READ MORE: Maryland Weather: Cool & Cloudy With Some Sunshine
Dixon previously said she’s considering joining the race for mayor.
She was forced from office in 2010 amid a corruption scandal.MORE NEWS: Maryland Police Step Up Presence Around Local Schools
Dixon also sought the city’s top job in 2016, narrowly losing in the primary to Catherine Pugh.