Metropolitan Baltimore Council AFL-CIO Unions


2016 Mayoral Election

 The following are the endorsements made at the February Meeting of the Metropolitan Baltimore Council AFL-CIO:
Member of Congress Races:

District 3 – John Sarbanes

District 7 – Elijah Cummings

Mayor – No recommendation.
The unions found multiple candidates to be strong and have good plans to benefit the working people of Baltimore. The AFL-CIO could not decide on just one candidate, and now, each individual union of the AFL-CIO can endorse the candidate of their choosing.

Baltimore City Council President – Jack Young

Comptroller – Joan Pratt

Baltimore City Council:
District 1 – Mark Edelson
District 2 – Brandon Scott
District 3 – Jermaine Jones
District 4 – Brian Hammock
District 5 – Betsy Gardner
District 6 – Sharon Middleton
District 7 – Shawn Tarrant
District 8 – Kris Burnett
District 9 – John Bullock
District 10 – Ed Reisinger
District 11 – Eric Costello
District 12 – Robert Stokes
District 13 – Shannon Sneed
District 14 – Mary Pat Clarke

Anne Arundel County:
Judge Glenn Klavans
Judge Stacy W. McCormack
Judge Donna M. Schaeffer
Judge Cathy Vitale
Harford County:
Judge Angela Eaves
Judge Elizabeth Bowen
Judge William Carr
Judge Yolanda Curtin
Judge Kevin Mahoney
Baltimore City:
Judge Shannon E. Avery
Judge Audrey J. S. Carrion
Judge Michael A. DiPietro
Judge Karen C. Friedman
Judge Wanda Keyes Heard
Judge Cynthia H. Jones

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The Metropolitan Baltimore Council AFL-CIO Unions is a Central Labor Council representing over 175,000 members of approximately 190 local unions throughout the metropolitan Baltimore area.   Our jurisdiction includes Baltimore City, Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Carroll, Cecil, Harford and Howard Counties.  The mission of the Metropolitan Baltimore Council AFL-CIO Unions is to improve the lives of working families—to bring economic justice to the workplace and social justice to our state and the nation.


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