INTERDENOMINATIONAL MINISTERIAL ALLIANCE ENDORSE NICK MOSBY
BALTIMORE, MD– Recognizing that Nick Mosby is the only candidate who has put forth sound solutions that will lead to lasting results for the citizens of Baltimore, the Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance (IMA) endorsed Nick Mosby’s candidacy for Mayor. As reported by The Afro the IMA “has historically been a significant endorsement in the quest to become the next mayor of Baltimore.”
“We have faith that Nick Mosby will lead Baltimore to better days. It’s going to take time, commitment, resolve, and most importantly, a plan that will both rebuild our city and take care of our most vulnerable residents. Nick Mosby brings all of that and more to this race. We’ve carefully listened to his thoughtful, holistic, and insightful vision for Baltimore and we believe he is the best person for the job. Our best days are still ahead of us and the new leadership that Nick brings will help guide the city to where we need to be.” ~Dr. Alvin Gwynn, Sr., President, Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance
On Tuesday, Nick announced his plan to responsibly lower property taxes for ALL Baltimore families by 15.3%. He is the only candidate in the race to produce a substantive property tax plan that is actually achievable. In January, Nick released his 15 Point Plan for Baltimore’s future Connecting the Dots to address the city’s most urgent challenges. He still remains the only candidate in this race to produce a comprehensive plan.
“Church is the cornerstone of the community and as a man of faith I am honored to have the endorsement of the Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance. Unlike anyone else in this race, I have offered substantive plans that lead to sound solutions. I will continue to earn the trust of the people vote by vote. Faith is the substance of things hoped for and the evidence of things not seen and I have faith that we will build a better Baltimore together.” ~Nick Mosby
Nick Mosby brings New Leadership that will deliver lasting results to every resident of Baltimore. In the coming weeks, we look forward to earning the endorsement of community groups, organized labor, elected officials, and most importantly, the citizens of Baltimore City. And collectively we will build a better tomorrow today.