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Robert "Bob" Wallace Congratulates Mayor Brandon Scott on Democratic Mayoral Campaign Victory

Baltimore, MD – Wednesday, May 15, 2024 – Today, Robert "Bob" Wallace extends his heartfelt congratulations to Mayor Brandon Scott for his victorious campaign in the City of Baltimore's Democratic Mayoral race. The results of this election reflect the will of the people, and Mayor Scott has been chosen once again to lead our beloved city.

In a statement, Wallace expressed his support and optimism for Baltimore's future under Mayor Scott's continued leadership:


"Congratulations to Mayor Scott for his victory. The people of Baltimore have spoken, and they have chosen Mayor Scott once again as our mayor. This election is now over, so I remind the people of this great city that we are one City, one people, and one community. We must now come together to support the mayor and work with him to solve our city's problems. Our children are dying, and they are counting on us to make a better way for them."

Wallace emphasized the importance of unity and collaboration in addressing the challenges facing Baltimore. He urged all residents, regardless of their political affiliations, to join forces in supporting Mayor Scott and working towards a brighter future for the city.

"As we move forward, let us remember that our strength lies in our unity," Wallace continued. "We have a shared responsibility to ensure the safety, prosperity, and well-being of every Baltimorean. Together, we can create a city where our children can thrive and where every individual has the opportunity to succeed."


Robert "Bob" Wallace remains committed to serving the community and will continue to collaborate with Mayor Scott and other city leaders to address the pressing issues facing Baltimore.


For media inquiries, please contact:

Mr. Michael Eugene Johnson

Campaign Manager

667-273-4808,   

 

Ms. Taylor I. Wallace

Media Manager

667-352-6136


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