THANK YOU District 14!!

I am honored to continue to represent you!



IMPORTANT Information for Homeowners whose City Tax Liens were Purchased at the Annual Tax Sale.

If you or someone you know had a tax bill, water bill, or other City citation that resulted in their tax lien being sold at the City’s May 16 tax sale, CLICK HERE for important information on how to proceed.



Interested to know more about where Mary Pat stands on the latest issues?

Click on the following Candidate Questionnaires for detailed insight:


MUCH THANKS to these Official Endorsers of Mary Pat:

Maryland Working Families

Maryland League of Conservation Voters




Baltimore Metropolitan Council AFL-CIO Unions

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Community Hub for Opportunities in Construction Employment Logo


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Thanks to so many of you for the wonderful kickoff to my 2016 re-election campaign! So much work ahead together in living-up to One Baltimore’s resolve to make Baltimore the land of opportunity to which we aspire for all residents, especially the children.

As you navigate through our site, we will highlight information important to the 14th District and to Baltimore City as a whole. We also hope to hear from you about ideas to improve our district and the City - and with requests for help regarding neighborhood issues.

Mary Pat hooray!

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Mary Pat Clarke


City Councilwoman Mary Pat Clarke proposes $15 minimum wage in Baltimore

Lorraine Mirabella and Natalie Sherman on April 18, 2016

Baltimore would become the latest jurisdiction to require businesses to pay workers at least $15 an hour under controve ...
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Issue of raising Baltimore minimum wage could come up at City Hall before election

Rick Seltzer on March 2, 2016

Baltimore mayoral candidates have recently propelled the idea of a $15 city minimum wage into the conversation, but the ...
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City Council plans hearing into why hundreds of children still get lead poisoning

Luke Broadwater on February 5, 2016

The  ...
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