March 11, 2020 in News/Update

City Council President candidate Carl Stokes postpones campaign rally!

(Baltimore, MD) Today, City Council President Carl Stokes is announcing he is postponing a large campaign rally scheduled for tonight at 5:30 pm at Terra Care in Charles Village out…
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March 4, 2020 in Quotes

Statement from Council President candidate Carl Stokes to end partisan gridlock and put residents first!

Currently legislation is under consideration in the Maryland General Assembly to give the governor sweeping authority to direct state law enforcement resources to Baltimore to address crime including putting state…
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A Conversation with Carl

Dr Joshua Sharfstein, the former Health Secretary for Maryland and Baltimore City, joins Carl and his FB family to discuss the facts around the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic

Posted by Carl Stokes for Baltimore City Council President on Friday, 27 March 2020

Posted by Carl Stokes for Baltimore City Council President on Thursday, 5 March 2020

Carl Stokes on the C4 Show

Posted by Carl Stokes for Baltimore City Council President on Thursday, 5 March 2020

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Statement from Council President candidate Carl Stokes to end partisan gridlock and put residents first!

The Governor of Maryland is reaching out to the leaders of Baltimore and we need to reach back. On pace for record homicides again, it is an ‘all hands on deck’ moment and we need to work together at every branch of government on behalf of the citizens of Baltimore”


“I understand some legislators are uncomfortable with the governor’s language and question his motives as political. But we can negotiate terms and nuance wording but the tax payers of Baltimore deserve our full and immediate attention to the ongoing violence we are facing in the streets of our city everyday. I am less concerned about partisan rhetoric and more concerned about the culture of death in many of our neighborhoods that is becoming the new normal in Baltimore,”

Council President Candidate Carl Stokes
Currently legislation is under consideration in the Maryland General Assembly to give the governor sweeping authority to direct state law enforcement resources to Baltimore to address crime including putting state...
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Stokes for Council President

Carl Stokes, tells it like it is!

Carl Stokes on the C4 Show

Carl Stokes on the C4 Show

Posted by Carl Stokes for Baltimore City Council President on Thursday, 5 March 2020

Posted by Carl Stokes for Baltimore City Council President on Thursday, 5 March 2020
A Conversation with Carl

Dr Joshua Sharfstein, the former Health Secretary for Maryland and Baltimore City, joins Carl and his FB family to discuss the facts around the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic

Posted by Carl Stokes for Baltimore City Council President on Friday, 27 March 2020