Nick Mosby

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.

Mosby out; backs Pugh

Apr 13, 2016
P. Kenneth Burns

Baltimore City Councilman Nick Mosby announced Wednesday that he is no longer running for mayor and is throwing his support behind state Senator Catherine Pugh.

The announcement in front of City Hall came hours before early voting is to begin in the primary race that largely decides city races due to the overwhelming number of registered Democrats.

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.

Mayor’s race: MTA running late

Mar 11, 2016
John Lee / WYPR

  Marcie Roberts heard the disembodied voice--“Welcome aboard MTA”—one recent morning as she boarded a bus at Northern Parkway and York Road. She was in the middle of her daily 90-minute-two-bus commute from Windsor Mill to her job in Towson. The bus that got her to that point was the 44. She said it wasn’t so welcoming.

“Bus 44 is the worst bus I ever got on.”

John Lee

For nearly twenty years, Baltimore’s city schools have been run by a city-state partnership. But that arrangement has come under fire in the race for mayor. State Senator Catherine Pugh, running in the Democratic primary, has introduced legislation in the General Assembly that would strip the governor of his role in picking the city school board, making the mayor fully responsible for the management of the schools. 

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. 

P. Kenneth Burns

Baltimore City Councilman Nick Mosby denied Wednesday there would be a conflict of interest if he’s elected Mayor, even though his wife, Marilyn Mosby, is state’s attorney. Appearing on WYPR’s Maryland Morning, Mosby said it's fair to raise the conflict question, then dismissed it. 

Mosby Unveils Plan To Improve City

Jan 5, 2016
P. Kenneth Burns

City Councilman and Mayoral Candidate Nick Mosby released Tuesday his 15-point plan to improve the quality of life for Baltimore City residents and expand economic and educational opportunities.

Mosby chose a spot on the west side of downtown at Howard and Franklin streets; next to the light rail tracks. He described the area of vacant buildings, including one with a caved in roof, as a microcosm of Baltimore.

“It [represents] un-kept promises, unfulfilled potential; but a tremendous opportunity for our city,” he said

Smith: The Case For Marital Give And Take

Oct 29, 2015

WYPR's senior news analyst says Councilman Nick Mosby's entrance into Baltimore's crowded mayoral race creates the potential for conflicts of interest with his wife, State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby.

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