Finally, Donna Edwards also received three endorsements in Baltimore City today, Delegates Cory McCray and Antonio Hayes, and City Councilmember Brandon Scott.
Delegate Cory McCray, District 45
“As I think about some of the strongest leaders that have impacted my life, my mom, grandmom, and sister, I think about the story of Congresswoman Donna Edwards and I know that her life experiences, organizing experiences, and legislative experiences have prepared Congresswoman Edwards for this moment to work tirelessly to improve the welfare and well-being of all Maryland communities in the United States Senate.”
Delegate Antonio Hayes, District 40
“I am endorsing Donna Edwards because she understands that Maryland succeeds when Baltimore succeeds. From addressing the scourge of gun violence, to repairing our broken infrastructure, to making sure the wraparound services we need for our most vulnerable citizens are available, Donna will be an ally and partner for our city in Washington.”
Councilman Brandon Scott, Baltimore City Council District 2
“Our city, state, and country are all at their most important crossroads in recent history. Now more than ever we need leaders who truly understand what is needed by all citizens from those who live comfortably to those who struggle to make ends meet. Donna Edwards is without a doubt that type of leader. She understands the struggle to get into and stay in the middle class, and shares my hope for a better Baltimore. In the Senate, she’ll tackle the tough challenges facing our city, and she’ll do it in tandem with Baltimore’s elected, non-profit, and community leaders. That’s how we’ll make progress work for Baltimore’s working families.”