SEIU Locals 1199 and 32BJ Endorse Betsy Gardner

Politically potent unions to work for a slate of insurgents; incumbents that will best represent Baltimore City’s working families Union members from two politically active SEIU locals – 1199 and 32BJ – have endorsed additional insurgent and incumbent candidates for Baltimore City Council. 1199 and 32BJ have thousands of health care worker, janitor and security officer members in Baltimore City. …

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Betsy Gardner’s 50th Birthday Celebration

You Are Invited to Attend a Birthday Reception for Betsy Gardner CANDIDATE FOR BALTIMORE CITY COUNCIL, 5TH DISTRICT WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 2016 6:00 P.M. TO 8:00 P.M. Mt. Washington Tavern, 5700 Newbury Street Baltimore, Maryland 21209 $50 (Friend) $100 (Supporter) $250 (VIP) RSVP to Zoeatbetsyforbaltimore@gmail.com or 410-935-3420 Please make checks payable to Friends of Betsy Gardner or donate online https://secure.actblue.com/contribute/page/betsyforbaltimore

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Maryland Working Families Endorses Betsy Gardner

March 7, 2016 Maryland Working Families announces endorsements for Baltimore City Council Progressive coalition pledges aggressive support of challengers and incumbents committed to changing Baltimore’s direction in run-up to April 26 Democratic Primary BALTIMORE – Maryland Working Families announced its endorsement in eleven races for Baltimore City Council. Citing the critical need for Baltimore to change direction and elect leaders …

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LiUNA Local 710 Endorses Betsy Gardner

The Baltimore Laborers Local 710 Union Chapter endorses Betsy Gardner, Candidate for City Council, 5th District. Thank you LiUNA for the endorsement! Unions make a difference in people’s lives! Government statistics show that the average pay for union construction workers is about 50% above that of non-union construction workers. Union members are more likely to have healthcare, a pension and …

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AFL-CIO Endorses Betsy Gardner

BREAKING NEWS: The AFL-CIO (American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations), has endorsed Betsy Gardner! This potent endorsement of a candidate from the Nation’s largest labor federation representing 56 unions, is a key measure of a candidate’s potential and ability to represent the working class! The AFL-CIO’s mission envisions: “a future in which work and all people who …

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Asian American Merchant Association Endorses Betsy Gardner

Dear Friends, Asian American Merchant’s Association is delighted to endorse Ms Betsy Gardner, candidate for the 5th District on Baltimore’s City Council. She is replacing the veteran Rochelle “Rikki” Spector, who has decided to retire after 37 years. We have a firm belief on Betsy’s vision, passion and commitment to serve this city and her district well. Shahab Qarni P;443-641-3153 …

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Betsy Gardner to Announce Candidacy for 5th District Council Seat

PRESS RELEASE Betsy Gardner to Announce Candidacy for 5th District Council Seat Sunday, February 21, 2016 Baltimore, Maryland – Elizabeth “Betsy” Gardner – one of Baltimore’s most beloved public servants – has served her community tirelessly over the past fourteen years and three City Hall administrations, as a community relations liaison for Baltimore 5th District. Ms. Gardner has officially filed …

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Join Us For Betsy’s Campaign Kickoff

Betsy Gardner is a candidate for the 5th District City Council seat! Betsy has been a proven leader in the 5th District. There isn’t a constituent that has asked her for help that she hasn’t gone above and beyond the call of duty. Because of her experience, diplomacy, knowledge of how the city works and just plain common sense, she …

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It’s Official!

Today I officially filed to run for the 5th City Council seat being vacated by City Councilwoman Rochelle Rikki Spector. I have been in politics in some form or fashion my whole life. I grew up in the Capitol City of Charleston WVA, where the Capitol and Governors mansion was our playground. I’ve resided in Baltimore since 1991 and since …

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