2016 mayoral election

WEAA's Julius White has the local news: Mayor-elect Catherine Pugh is naming members to her transition team, including executives from Associated Black Charities, Baltimore Gas and Electric, and the chairman of the University of Maryland Medical Systems Board of Directors. Chris Van Hollen, winner of the U.S. Senate race in Md, comments on what can be accomplished with a Republican Congress and Republican Donald Trump in White House. And, Renaissance Academy in West Baltimore is on the verge of closing.

WEAA's Julius White reports on local election results: Catherine Pugh is Baltimore’s new mayor. Bernard C. "Jack" Young is Baltimore City Council president. Chris Van Hollen will succeed Barbara Mikulski in U.S. Senate. And more.

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Host Marc Steiner continues the show's local coverage with a Local Election Roundtable. Steiner is joined by Lisa Snowden-McCray, writer and Associate Editor for City Paper; and Luke Broadwater, reporter at the Baltimore Sun, where he covers Baltimore’s City Hall and Local Politics.

WEAA's Julius White has the local news: Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake says the consent decree between the City Police Department and the Department of Justice will not be ready by November 1, a deadline that was “aspirational.” VOICE, Voters Organized for the Integrity of City Elections, is claiming that the city and state boards of election have failed to accommodate voting for people who are incarcerated but not convicted of a crime. 

WEAA's Julius White has the local news: Baltimore did not have enough election judges for April primary, and efforts to hire more for the November election are falling short. The Baltimore County police department is speeding up the roll-out of its body camera program. Baltimore County executive Kevin Kamenetz announced yesterday that the county is moving up the date for the full implementation of more than 1400 cameras to September 2017, from December 2018.