The Maryland Public Policy Institute
ROCKVILLE, MD (April 25, 2016) — The Maryland Public Policy Institute today released detailed candidate questionnaire responses from seven candidates for Mayor of Baltimore. The candidates’ responses shed light on how each would seek to jumpstart the City’s economy and lower the overall tax burden. All but one candidate, State Senator Catherine E. Pugh, participated. Citizens can view all candidate responses at mdpolicy.org.
“The stakes have never been higher for Baltimore,” said Christopher B. Summers, president of the Institute. “We hope these candidate responses help voters make a more informed choice about the direction our great city must take. Make no mistake: Maryland’s fortunes depend largely on Baltimore’s economic and fiscal footing, so the next Mayor’s performance will reverberate far beyond city limits. We thank all seven candidates who chose to participate and wish voters well as they take to the polls Tuesday.”
The Baltimore Mayoral primary is Tuesday, April 26, 2016. The general election is November 8, 2016.
About the Maryland Public Policy Institute: Founded in 2001, the Maryland Public Policy Institute is a nonpartisan public policy research and education organization that focuses on state policy issues. The Institute’s mission is to formulate and promote public policies at all levels of government based on principles of free enterprise, limited government, and civil society. Learn more at mdpolicy.org.