Coronavirus has altered the election calendar for many states, including Maryland. The Primary Election for president and local offices has been postponed from April 28th to June 2nd.
There still is an election on April 28th, to choose a successor to Elijah Cummings in the 7th Congressional District. That election will be mail-in only. The State Board of Elections will be mailing ballots to 7th District voters soon. Be sure to check the Board of Elections website to make sure your address is correct.
Today, Del. Nick Mosby is Tom's guest, as we continue with our Conversations with the Candidates series. Mosby is a Democrat. He has represented Baltimore in Maryland’s House of Delegates since 2017. Before that, Mosby was a member of the Baltimore City Council for five years, representing Central West Baltimore. Now, he’s running in the June primary against several other candidates for president of the Baltimore City Council.
Before he entered politics, Mosby was a manager at Verizon Communications and Baltimore Gas and Electric. He’s a Baltimore native and a Poly grad. He holds an undergraduate degree in electrical engineering from Tuskegee University and a master’s degrees in telecommunications management from Stevens Institute of Technology. He is 41 years old. He and his wife, State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby, live with their two children in Reservoir Hill. He joins us on the phone from his home.