Sheila Dixon

The Baltimore Sun released a new poll with the University of Baltimore and WYPR, which shows that former mayor Sheila Dixon has the most support of any candidate at 14%. City Council President Brandon Scott and Thiru Vignarajah are second with 9%, followed by T.J. Smith, Mary Miller and current Mayor Jack Young. While Dixon […]

Former Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon will reveal her 2020 political plans next week. Dixon resigned in January 2010 after a scandal involving her misuse of gift cards intended for the needy. She also ran for mayor in 2016, losing the primary to Catherine Pugh. Mayor Pugh was forced to resign amid a scandal involving her self-published […]

Former Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon is speaking out about the current state of the city and the controversy surrounding current Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh. “I can’t imagine what [Pugh] is going through,” Dixon told CBS Baltimore. “So to not give love versus hate, which I see happening everywhere, doesn’t help the situation.” See Also: What’s Next […]

The results of Baltimore, Maryland’s primary election could be turned upside down because of several voting irregularities. Election officials have ordered election results to be decertified after the state administrator found 80 provisional ballots had never been analyzed. What makes the election results even more peculiar is the number of ballots cast was higher than the number […]

Baltimore votes in Democratic primary (Catherine Pugh) one year after losing Freddie Gray & the riots that followed his death by injuries sustained from being in police custody.

The field of candidates running for Mayor of Baltimore got a little more crowded over the weekend, with Catherine Pugh and Carl Stokes announcing their candidacy.  This brings the total number of people running in the Democratic primary to eight, including current Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, former Mayor Shelia Dixon, with more expected to announce their […]

Baltimore’s first female Mayor Sheila Dixon has not ruled out running for political office yet again. The City’s 48th Mayor was indicted in 2009 on twelve felony and misdemeanor counts, including perjury, theft, and misconduct. By December 2012, Dixon had completed all of the terms of her probation. In March 2013, Dixon was said to […]