Serving District 46 during the past four years has been the honor of my life. It has been challenging as our City has struggled through difficult times, and it has been continually rewarding, as I have met and worked with people from around the district to build up our City – break barriers and create opportunities.
I’m constantly inspired, delighted, and moved by the work that Baltimoreans do to make their neighborhoods, communities, and City a better place for everyone to live. It has been a joy and an honor to work with them – and YOU – to do this work. I am so humbled by the endorsements that I have received from so many of those great people that I have worked with around District 46.
Every other day we’ll add another photo and quote from a District 46 neighbor so check back here throughout the Democratic Primary Election for more Community Endorsements.
“Often one’s deeds go untold but I find it more fitting to give praise when due. I support Delegate Brooke Lierman because she is a tireless fighter in uplifting and supporting Communities and Residents. Brooke attends Cherry Hill Community Meetings, Participates in our Prayer Walks, Safe Street Shooting Responses, Cherry Hill Public Safety Meeting, numerous Cherry Hill Events and activities that involved youth and adults. Brooke puts others before herself!” – Cleo Walker, Cherry Hill
“Without Brooke’s untiring efforts on its behalf, Francis Scott Key School’s new library would never have become a reality in 2017. She worked for two years to help obtain the necessary funding from the State, as well as from the Weinberg Foundation, and our students have benefited greatly as a result. She has always been willing to expend as much effort as necessary in helping the Locust Point neighborhood solve some of our more difficult challenges. She is respectful in her approach, yet persists until an issue is resolved. We would be delighted to have her continue representing us as our State Delegate” – Hap & Cheryl Duffey, Locust Point
You may have noticed that other candidates and I are inundating you with mail! That’s because we want you to know what we’ve been doing and why we’re running again. (And of course, the Postal Service needs our support!)
In case you missed any pieces, or would like to see what I have sent this year, check out the images below. We’ll add new ones as they come out as well.
Apologies to all the mail carriers out there – I’m grateful that you are there to help transport our heavy flyers around, especially through all this rain.
You can also early vote at any other location in Baltimore City – the complete list can be found here.
Vote on Election Day, Tuesday June 26: You can vote on June 26 from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. at your local polling place. To find your polling place, put in your address here.
Make a plan to vote – your vote matters! We have big choices this year for Governor, Lt. Governor, and more – so please look at your calendar and make a plan for when you will vote… and bring a friend!
Last week alone we lost 5 people to homicides in Baltimore City, including two constituents – Dashon Griffin and Alexander Wroblewski – as well as a police officer, an 18-year veteran of the force dedicated to keeping every neighborhood in Baltimore safe for families and residents. These deaths are tragic and this violence is unacceptable. It has continued for far too long, and we are calling on our state’s executive to take actions to help curb the tide of violence that is engulfing so many neighborhoods around Baltimore. It’s easy to succumb to grief and anger in moments like these, but we refuse. (more…)
What a week! After spending 5 days in Philadelphia for the Democratic National Convention, I am exhausted but enthusiastic and wanted to drop you a quick note. It was an incredibly humbling experience to be able to represent Maryland as a convention delegate for Hillary Clinton. Maryland was well-represented on the national stage, as well – Rep. Elijah Cummings, Sen. Barbara Mikulski, Mayor Rawlings-Blake, and former Governor Martin O’Malley all spoke to the Convention (and even Nancy Pelosi gave a shout-out to her home state of Maryland)!