Baltimore, MD - Apr. 18, 2024 - With about one month until the Primary Election, the four top-polling Democratic candidates for mayor in Baltimore City squared off during a forum Wednesday held on the campus of Morgan State University.

The forum was hosted by WBAL-TV in partnership with WBAL NewsRadio, and Maryland Public Television. Incumbent Mayor Brandon Scott, former Mayor Sheila Dixon, Thiru Vignarajah, and Bob Wallace participated.

According to a recent FOX45 News/The Baltimore Sun/University of Baltimore poll shows Scott and Dixon remain in a tight race, with 38% of likely primary voters indicating they will support Scott and 35% said they plan to support Dixon. According to the poll, Vignarajah has 10% of the vote and Wallace trails with 4% of the vote. The poll was conducted April 7-10 and has a margin of error of 4.3%.

During the event, which was recorded mid-day Wednesday and later broadcast in the evening, the candidates largely stuck to their talking points and campaign platforms as questions about juvenile crime, officer retention, education, and investments in the city were asked.... Read More: FOX45