David Warnock

Mayor’s Race: Where is Freddie Gray?

Apr 21, 2016
John Lee

Baltimore is marking the death one year ago of Freddie Gray at the same time it’s choosing a mayor. But Gray, his death while in police custody and the riots that followed have not been center stage in the campaign.

John Lee

  Two of the major Democratic candidates for Mayor aggressively attacked each other’s records on crime Wednesday a debate on WYPR’s Maryland Morning, while a third tried to stay above the fray.

The Turnaround Truck Turns Heads

Mar 17, 2016
P. Kenneth Burns

  David Warnock’s truck is getting noticed on the streets of Baltimore.  And it’s not for its current top speed of 35 miles per hour.

Dubbed by its owner as the “Turnaround Truck,” the vehicle – featured prominently in Warnock’s television ads - has become a symbol of his campaign for Baltimore mayor.  He says it became a symbol by accident.

Mayor’s Race: Can Anyone Catch Dixon?

Feb 26, 2016
P. Kenneth Burns / WYPR

Baltimore will hold its mayoral primary in two months and former Mayor Sheila Dixon is perceived to be the front runner.

Two polls—one conducted back in November, the other in January—both showed Dixon with a comfortable lead, around 25 percent of the vote in a crowded field. Her closest competitor, state Senator Catherine Pugh, was about 10 points behind. 

Warnock, Mosby Release Housing Plans

Feb 11, 2016
P. Kenneth Burns / WYPR


Mayoral candidates David Warnock and Councilman Nick Mosby released dueling housing plans Thursday they said they would pursue if elected to the city’s highest office.

The Mayor's Race: Vox Populi

Feb 10, 2016
John Lee

The candidates to be Baltimore’s next mayor are out there knocking on doors, making phone calls, attending forums and hearing from the voters. 

Warnock Makes No Promises On Taxes

Feb 3, 2016
John Lee

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.