Several candidates running to be Baltimore's next mayor talked about everything from bus routes to bike lanes at a forum Thursday night focused on fixing Baltimore’s multiple transportation problems. WYPR’s John Lee joined Morning Edition host Nathan Sterner to talk about it.
Pundits have suggested the results of Tuesday’s New Hampshire primary are an indication of a national trend toward revolutionaries and insurgents. But at least one of the candidates to be Baltimore’s next mayor says the anti- insider movement won’t reach the local race.
In her campaign for the city’s top office, state Senator Catherine Pugh touts her years of public service, including stints on City Council and in the House of Delegates.
Two Democratic candidates for Baltimore City mayor have promised to cut taxes if elected. But a third candidate said Wednesday it would be irresponsible for him to do the same. Candidates Nick Mosby and Carl Stokes, both members of City Council, say they have a plan to cut taxes. But David Warnock, appearing on WYPR’s Maryland Morning, said he will make no such promise.