The People of Baltimore Want Their City Back

The People of Baltimore Want Their City Back

Maryland voters elect Democrat Wes Moore as first Black governor in U.S. history and as mayor of Baltimore, MD on Tuesday, November 6th. Moore received 1.4% of the vote in the gubernatorial race versus his opponent Republican State Delegate Brian Froshman’s 2.6%.

Tuesday, September 20, 2014

Baltimore, MD is in the midst of a severe economic decline, and the community seems to be increasingly falling apart. The people of the region have become poorer and more divided in recent years, and the city has begun to become a virtual battleground. As this city enters its fourth year of protests and rioting in the aftermath of Freddie Gray’s death, it’s clear that the people of Baltimore want their city back. Although most politicians and journalists have attempted to make the situation seem as if things are improving, there are far more concerns about the future of the city. While residents are still suffering financially, they also fear for their future. In Baltimore, there are two main political parties that govern the city – the Democratic Party and the Republican Party. On November 5, the people of Baltimore, most of whom are not citizens, will have their first vote in their city’s history.

A few years ago, I was standing on the corner of the corner where I lived. I had seen the police car on the curb and started to walk toward the building to see what was going on. I soon realized I was being followed by an unmarked police car. I realized that I didn’t have time to get into my car to make a quick left turn and drive off, so I decided to walk forward, turn my right shoulder toward it, and face it. Soon, the car turned its lights on and tried to pull me over. Even though I had turned, the officer was not sure if he had me. With the lights on and his siren going, he immediately put on his siren and told me to turn around and get back into my car. I looked at my watch. It was 5:00 p.m., and it was dark, so I couldn’t see the police car in front of me. My instinct was to tell the officers that I wasn’t going to go back into my car, but rather go straight to see what was going on in the neighborhood. I turned toward the police car, and it turned

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