Your conduct on the campaign trail shows voters where your commitments are for transparency, accountability and ethics.
Release at least five years worth of personal and business tax returns to the public, so Baltimore City voters can be aware of any financial entanglements and potentials conflicts of interest.
File financial disclosure forms diligently and by established deadlines, including listing all directorships held as well as clients of any company in which 30% stake is owned, helping to eliminate any possible concerns about corruption or misbehavior.
Identify and resolve any conflicts of interest for yourself, top campaign officials, and future staff by undergoing thorough ethics vetting during transition to office.
Highlight democracy issues -- voting rights, open government and transparency, ethics and accountability -- in your platform, campaign materials, website and stump speeches, drawing connections between democracy and other issues you discuss that are important to Baltimore City voters.
Leading Baltimore City means leading the way for strong, equitable, accessible, and representative democracy for every Baltimorean.