By Tashi McQueen, AFRO Political Writer, Report For America Corps Member, email@example.com Nov. 8 will be remembered as more than election day in the middle of President Joe Biden’s first term as many Baltimoreans exercised the voting franchise to elect the state’s first Black governorand consider a range of ballot initiatives, including legalizing recreational marijuana.
By Dr. Zekeh S. Gbotokuma On Tuesday, November 8, 2022, the American eligible voters, 40 million of whom have already voted early, will cast their votes to express their preferences in the Decision 2022. Like in every election year, there are no shortages of issues. According to the CNN POLL conducted by SSRS on October
Baltimore residents cast their ballots at polling locations across the city on Nov. 8. Charm city voters are weighing in on everything from questions about term limits to marijuana law reform. Polls will be open between 7:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. Photos by James Fields Reginald Flowers was among the Charm city residents to vote
By Reginald Williams, Special to the AFRO Tyree Colion Moorehead, known for his anti-gun violence activism, died in a hail of violent gunfire on Nov. 6 around 3:40 p.m. Moorehead was fatally shot, by some accounts, roughly 13 times by law enforcement officers. Responding to a 911 call, multiple members of the Baltimore Police Department (BPD)
By Special to the AFRO BALTIMORE, MD. (Tuesday, November 8, 2022) — Today, Mayor Brandon M. Scott announced Chezia Cager as his new Chief of Staff. Cager will assume the position effective November 28, 2022. Cager served in senior advisory roles in both the Obama and Biden administrations leading improvement efforts impacting domestic policy, national
By Baltimore City Public Schools BALTIMORE – The Baltimore City Board of School Commissioners (The Board) will transition to a hybrid format for public meetings beginning Wednesday, November 9, 2022. This approach will allow board members and a limited number of the public to participate in person, while still allowing the remaining public to attend meetings virtually.
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