Councilwoman Belinda Conaway announced to house full of passionate supporters and community association presidents from across the seventh district that she will publicly announce her write in campaign to retain her seventh district council seat. The general election is Tuesday, November 08, 2011.
Councilwoman Conaway has earned a reputation standing firm on principles and pushing forward legislation that is beneficial to residents in out of her elected district. She is independent of the council and her voting record always mirrors the concerns of voters.
Councilwoman Conaway has a solid record of voting youth programs and summer jobs. Many have likened her commitment and love for people to late Councilman Kenneth L. Harris, Sr. who had a reputation for leading the cause of all residents. Councilwoman Conaway has reach over district lines and aided residents throughout the city. This was evident by those in attendance. There were Residents from all over Baltimore who made financial donations, volunteered time and services to her campaign.
Conaway focus is on continuing to serve her district as councilwomen. Many political pundits have stated that believe that Councilwoman Conaway will retain her seat. From the looks the upset will be the general election is Tuesday, November 08, 2011.
Councilwoman Conaway will publicly announce her re-election run in a press conference on Tuesday, October 18, 2011 in front of Baltimore City Hall. She will be flanked by a diverse group of supporters from across Baltimore, community leaders, and elected officials to kick off the campaign.