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Leading with Vision


I have called Mayor Brandon Scott to congratulate him on his victory in the mayoral primary. His success leading our city is success for us all, so I sincerely wish him all the best in his second term.


While this isn’t the outcome we hoped for, I’m profoundly grateful to God and to each and every one of the Baltimoreans who stood with me in this race. I am thankful for the long-time supporters who put their trust in me once again, and the new supporters who joined the diverse coalition that powered our campaign. Serving as your candidate has truly been one of the greatest honors of my life. 


This campaign was more than about winning an election. For me, it was about restoring hope that was lost, raising expectations for what our city can be, and charting a roadmap to a brighter future.


Those who know me know that my commitment to our city does not end with this campaign. I have dedicated my life to Baltimore, and while this race marks the end of my journey in public office, I will never stop working to serve the city I love.


After some much needed rest, and some time with my family, I look forward to stepping back into the community as your lifelong partner in the work to fulfill this city's potential, because I know it will take all of us to realize the future we all envision and the great people of this city deserve. 

- Sheila Dixon

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