News and Updates

  • Public Safety Plan for Baltimore - SENATOR CATHERINE PUGH RELEASED PUBLIC SAFETY PLAN FOR BALTIMORE! Senator Catherine Pugh shared her Public Safety Plan, part of her 5 Pillars for Moving Our City Forward. It will include focusing on repeat violent offenders, connecting police with communities and holding them accountable for operating outside the law. She wants officers to live in the […]
  • Education Plan for Baltimore - SENATOR CATHERINE PUGH RELEASES EDUCATION PLAN FOR BALTIMORE! Plan to provide first class education for Baltimore’s children Part of Pugh’s 5 Pillars for Moving Our City Forward!   Senator Catherine Pugh released her education plan for Baltimore which will include restoring governance and accountability of the city school system to Baltimore, focusing on the early […]
  • Guess what I did today? - Today I filed to officially become a candidate for Mayor of Baltimore! Baltimore needs a leader who understands that government not only provides social services but should also provide opportunities. I will bring businesses and the jobs that come with them to our city. I will make sure all of our children are educated and […]
  • Happy 2016 Baltimore - Happy 2016 Baltimore! This can be the year that our city moves forward. My vision for Baltimore is to improve the quality of life for all.  I am passionate about our city and will focus on improving public safety, education and creating jobs. We have many issues to tackle and we can do them together.  […]
  • Senator Pugh Interview by Marc Steiner’s Radio Show - The Marc Steiner Show aired Monday December 22, 2015 at 10AM to Noon on WEAA 88.9 FM. The show covers the topics that matter, engaging real voices, from Charm City. Senator Pugh shared her vision for Baltimore City.
  • Pugh opens campaign headquarters, officially launches bid for mayor - State Sen. Catherine E. Pugh told about 100 supporters Saturday that as mayor she would reduce Baltimore’s crime rate by putting more people to work and would depend on members of the community to “lift each other up.” During a wide-ranging speech, Pugh talked about her vision for more children to read at younger ages, […]
  • Senator Pugh Podcast ‘Roughly Speaking’ with Dan Rodricks - Dan Rodricks: Commentary and conversation on life in Baltimore, Maryland and his interview with Maryland state Sen. Catherine Pugh talks about her candidacy for mayor of Baltimore in next April’s Democratic primary. SOURCE PAGE: BaltimoreSun.com photo credit: The Northeast via photopin (license)
  • Energy Assistance Expo: Programs to Ease Fuel Bills - Cheryl Young owns one of those big West Baltimore rowhouses that can cost a fortune to heat in winter — sometimes as much as $600 a month. “Who gets paid first? Your stomach or your house?” she said as she waited at the Energy Assistance Expo held Saturday at Coppin State University The annual expo […]
  • America Needs More Commercial Wireless Spectrum Yesterday… - What is the best hope for equality in America? If there’s a North Star, it is technology and especially wireless – the first of any kind of technology in which African Americans and Latinos are the leaders in adoption and informed use. Being a jump ahead of the nation in wireless, people of color stand […]
  • Op-Ed: Inclusive solutions for Baltimore - Creating a new normal for Baltimore will require all hands on deck. We cannot move our city forward without understanding that it will take all of us working together. We must see each as our brother’s keeper and more importantly see that in many ways we are the same. Our future progress is inextricably tied […]