Media Advisory: Mary Miller for Mayor Volunteer Event

On Friday afternoon, Mary Miller’s campaign is assembling grocery care packages to be delivered to seniors and vulnerable communities in Baltimore City. WHERE: 1700 N Gay Street, Baltimore, MD 21213 WHEN: 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM on Friday, April 3, 2020 Read More >

Posted on April 03 2020

WBAL TV: Baltimore mayoral race impacted by coronavirus pandemic

Coronavirus is having a major impact on the race for Baltimore mayor. At least for the time being, gone are the days of mass campaign events, shaking hands and door-knocking. Candidates have to be more creative than ever in getting their message out. Candidate Mary Miller is on TV and all social media platforms. "We are using social media, we are using video content, we are trying to reach voters in every way we can in a safe manner," Miller said. Read More >

Posted on April 01 2020

Cheddar TV: Former Domestic Finance Expert at U.S. Treasury Discusses How Stimulus Package Will Help Ailing Americans

Former Under Secretary of Domestic Finance at U.S. Treasury under Obama Mary Miller joined Between Bells to discuss the Stimulus Bill and her candidacy for Mayor of Baltimore. Former Treasury Under Secretary Mary Miller: “The response from the federal government with the legislation last week is very good, it’s bold, but it’s going to take time to reach the local level and that’s the problem, we are racing against time here.” Read More >

Posted on March 30 2020

International Business Times: Baltimore’s Population Dips Below 600,000 For First Time In Over A Century

The population of Baltimore, Maryland dropped below the 600,000 level for the first time in more than a century last year. Mary Miller, a former U.S. Treasury Department official who is seeking to become Baltimore’s next mayor, said: "Long-term population loss is lowering the city's income, property tax revenue and federal aid… As mayor, I would promote a 'Live and Work in Baltimore' campaign. Too many of our jobs in the city are held by people who live outside the city limits. The city can be much more hospitable to growth and create opportunity for Baltimore residents to hold jobs right here in the city." Read More >

Posted on March 30 2020

Yahoo Finance: Why the coronavirus crisis is different than 2008: Fmr. Treasury Official

Mary Miller, Former Treasury Under Secretary & Candidate for Mayor of Baltimore, joins Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith to discuss what the recent $2 trillion COVID-19 economic stimulus bill means for Americans at the federal, state and local levels. Read More >

Posted on March 27 2020

FOX 45 Baltimore: Mayoral candidate Mary Miller speaks about federal stimulus package

According to Baltimore mayoral candidate Mary Miller, aid from the federal government would go a long way in helping the city recover from the coronavirus pandemic. But it will take some time before the city actually sees any of the money from the $2 trillion package Congress put forward. Read More >

Posted on March 27 2020

The AFRO: Baltimore Mayor’s Race: Candidates Shift Strategies in Crisis

The novel coronavirus pandemic may have shut down the city and postponed the mayoral primary, but inevitably Baltimore will have to choose a new mayor. One candidate who has been making waves with a heavy media blitz is former T. Rowe Price executive Mary Miller. Touting her executive expertise and experience in the administration of former President Barack Obama, Miller has been running ads calling for racial equity. “We are taking COVID-19 extremely seriously and are continuing to monitor all updates from government officials. We have canceled all in-person events and canvassing, and instead, we’re pivoting to virtual video content, a bigger emphasis on social media, texting, phone banking, direct mail, and TV, radio and digital advertising to reach voters.” Read More >

Posted on March 27 2020

Bloomberg: U.S. Is Handing Quick, Easy Profit to Traders Buying Its T-Bills

These days, investors are so worried about the short-term outlook for the economy that they’re willing to pay the U.S. to hold their money -- if only the government would allow it. “Selling bills at negative yields would benefit the taxpayers, but would put the Treasury at odds with the Fed, which hasn’t sanctioned negative rates,” said Mary Miller, the Treasury’s former undersecretary for domestic finance in the Obama administration, who’s running for mayor of Baltimore. The current situation “may just be a temporary disruption, so it’s worth watching to see if this rights itself with the big economic rescue steps.” Read More >

Posted on March 26 2020

WBAL TV: Early Census count shows Baltimore lost 9,000 residents

Mary Miller: Long-term population loss is lowering the city's income, property tax revenue and federal aid. I created a plan to drive inclusive growth and increase homeownership. As mayor, I would promote a 'Live and Work in Baltimore' campaign. Too many of our jobs in the city are held by people who live outside the city limits. The city can be much more hospitable to growth and create opportunity for Baltimore residents to hold jobs right here in the city. We need to tackle crime, create opportunity for Baltimoreans, and promote the benefits of city residence. Read More >

Posted on March 26 2020

Maryland Matters: Mary Miller - COVID-19 Could Devastate Baltimore’s Economy, But Leaders Can Help

As the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases rises in Baltimore and Maryland, public health services are working around the clock to save lives. At the same time, our elected leaders should be doing all they can to stem the economic impact of this pandemic. This is not a slow-moving recession. This is a body blow to the local economy that demands a decisive response. Read More >

Posted on March 25 2020

Press Release: Mary Miller Releases Five Years of Tax Returns

More than two months before Election Day, Mary Miller, candidate for mayor of Baltimore, has released five years of tax returns Read More >

Mary Miller Tax Returns

Posted on March 24 2020

Baltimore Positive: EPISODE 162: Mayoral candidate Mary Miller discusses pandemic and new June 2 election date

Mary Miller joined Baltimore Positive as news of a new Baltimore mayoral election date of June 2nd has been announced in the midst of this coronavirus pandemic. Read More >

Posted on March 23 2020

WBAL C4 Show: Show March 23rd, 2020: Mayoral Candidate Mary Miller

Mary Miller joins the C4 Show to discuss the economic relief needed in Baltimore. Read More >

Posted on March 23 2020

WNST: Mary Miller Shares Her View on the Coronavirus Pandemic and Response In Baltimore

Mary Miller joined Baltimore Positive as news of a new Baltimore mayoral election date of June 2nd has been announced in the midst of this coronavirus pandemic. Read More >

Posted on March 20 2020

Mary Miller for Mayor: Q&A with Josh Sharfstein, MD

On Thursday, Mary spoke with Josh Sharfstein, MD, Vice Dean for Public Health Practice and Community Engagement at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health about #COVID-19 and how we can all take measures to protect ourselves - and our fellow Baltimoreans. Read More >

Posted on March 19 2020

Glenn Clark Radio: Mary Miller in Studio

Former Acting Deputy Secretary of the Treasury Mary Miller joined GCR in studio to wrap the 2020 #GCRMayoralForum, discussing the future of sports betting, Pimlico, Royal Farms Arena, the Orioles and how to get people back to games moving forward. Read More >

Posted on March 18 2020

Baltimore Brew: Hogan moves primary to June 2, keeps 7th District Congressional election April 28

Delay means candidates have more time to campaign but need to solicit more funds – from a hurting electorate. Buoyed by the results of a new poll she commissioned that shows her at 12%, [Mary Miller is] within striking distance of front-runners Sheila Dixon and Brandon Scott. “I think that my message is resonating across the city and across demographics,” Miller told The Brew. Read More >

Posted on March 18 2020

The Baltimore Sun: Maryland primary moves to June amid coronavirus pandemic; voters to pick Cummings’ replacement by mail in April

Mayoral candidate Mary Miller said the election "is too important to rush the process. I applaud Governor Hogan for ensuring access to the ballot for all Maryland voters.” "Postponing the election will allow the governor and our state and local officials the time and resources needed to focus full-time on the response to COVID-19,” said Miller, a former U.S. Treasury official. Read More >

Posted on March 17 2020

Press Release: Jeff Johnson Endorses Mary Miller for Mayor as Polls Show Momentum

Award-winning journalist Jeff Johnson endorses Mary Miller for Mayor of Baltimore at the same time as an internal poll shows Miller at 12%, the only candidate with momentum Read More >

Posted on March 17 2020

The Baltimore Sun: Officials urge Maryland to hold mail-in only primary because of coronavirus

Former U.S. Treasury official Mary Miller called on Hogan to follow Louisiana’s lead and postpone the primary. “Proceeding with an in-person election on April 28th could cause a decrease in turnout and also pose a serious risk to voters and the backbone of our electoral system, senior poll workers,” she said in a statement. “Proceeding on April 28th without them would cause serious disruptions.” Miller said she’s concerned there’s not enough time to prepare for a mail-in only election, an unprecedented move in Maryland. “Our state could open itself up to widespread voter fraud and also lower turnout due to the confusion and potential lack of communication to historically disadvantaged voters and communities,” she said. Read More >

Posted on March 13 2020

Press Release: Mary Miller Statement on COVID-19 Impact on Maryland Election

We are monitoring all the options being discussed by national and state leaders - and the associated impacts. Most importantly, we want the election to be safe, fair and equitable for all our citizens. Our current system is not equipped with the technology or resources needed to quickly move to a mail-in election. This election is too important to rush the process. Based on the current status, we’re recommending postponing the April 28th election. This will allow the Governor and our state and local officials the time and resources to focus full-time on the response to COVID-19. Read More >

Posted on March 13 2020

The AFRO: Mary Miller Commentary: COVID-19 Impact on Low-Income Communities

Cases of the COVID-19 virus have cropped up in Maryland, and at the start of this week, top experts predicted the epidemic very likely will spread throughout the state, including in Baltimore. This much is certain: The virus’s spread underscores Baltimore’s need for strong leadership and crisis management experience in its mayor’s office. With an unfolding crisis that could hit Baltimore’s lower-income communities harder — as they are already suffering from widespread public-health problems — city leadership must be prepared to protect these communities. Read More >

Posted on March 12 2020

The Baltimore Sun: Campaigning in the time of coronavirus: Baltimore mayoral candidates embrace hand sanitizer, the elbow bump

A spokeswoman for mayoral candidate Mary Miller, said the situation is an “example of why Baltimore needs strong leadership with experience bringing a variety of players to the table to quickly manage a crisis.” She pointed to Miller’s experience as a U.S. Treasury official in the Obama administration, working on the country’s economic recovery. Read More >

Posted on March 12 2020

Press Release: Mary Miller Releases Plan to End Baltimore’s Health Inequities

The first proposal dedicated to public health and epidemic preparedness in the mayoral candidate field, Miller’s plan features six policies to end public health disparities in Baltimore. Read More >

Posted on March 11 2020

Press Release: “Let’s Be Honest” - Mary Miller Releases New Ad

New spot “Let’s Be Honest” addresses the impact of structural racism in Baltimore Read More >

Posted on March 09 2020

The Baltimore Sun: Baltimore mayor’s race, Sun/UB/WYPR poll

The poll shows Miller, a former T. Rowe Price executive, with the biggest surge in the race. About 67% of her supporters decided to back her in the last week, the poll found. Read More >

Posted on March 04 2020

WYPR: New WYPR Poll

Mary Miller, a former T. Rowe Price executive who served as the Under Secretary for Domestic Finance and Acting Deputy Secretary of the Treasury in the Obama administration, has the fastest growing support; around 67% of her polled supporters decided on her within the last week. Read More >

Posted on March 04 2020

Baltimore Post Examiner: Who is Mary Miller? Why is she running for Mayor?

I got a chance to interview Mary Miller on Tuesday at her spacious campaign office in Remington. She’s running for the office of mayor of Baltimore City, along with a flock of other Democratic hopefuls, including, of course, the incumbent – Larry Young. Read More >

Posted on March 04 2020

Baltimore Brew: “What we’ve encountered is just some incomprehensible billing”

Commercial water customers say getting Baltimore to bill them correctly for water use is an exercise in frustration. “Our elected officials must be held accountable for this,” said Mary Miller, a former T. Rowe Price executive and Obama administration official who is running for the city’s top job in the April primary. Read More >

Posted on March 03 2020

Press Release: “Prepared” - Mary Miller Releases New Ad

New spot “Prepared” focuses on Mary Miller’s experience and readiness to lead Baltimore on day one Read More >

Posted on March 03 2020

Baltimore Brew: The JFX? Tear it down! Bus service? Make it free!

Baltimore mayoral hopefuls discuss their transportation ideas for the city at a candidates’ forum Read More >

Posted on March 01 2020

Press Release: Mary Miller Releases Plan to Make Transportation Work for Baltimore

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Posted on February 26 2020

WBAL Online: 2020 Baltimore mayoral candidate profile: Mary Miller (D)

Mary Miller is running in the 2020 Democratic primary for Baltimore mayor. Read More >

Posted on February 22 2020

WBAL C4 Show: Mayoral Candidate Miller: Possible To Curb Crime, Improve Job Picture At Same Time

Baltimore mayoral candidate Mary Miller said Wednesday she believes it's possible to reduce violent crime, enact reforms mandated by the police consent decree and improve Baltimore's economic picture simultaneously. Read More >

Posted on February 19 2020

Baltimore Positive: Mary Miller thinks Baltimore needs a new quarterback at City Hall

This is the second of a three-part chat from Faidley’s Seafood in Lexington Market, covering a wide swath of city issues from crime to urban development and transportation to education and our children. Mary Miller believes she has a plan to fix Baltimore and certainly has a large war chest of money that you will be seeing come to life in a campaign strategy in the next 10 weeks leading up to the election. Read More >

Posted on February 18 2020

WBAL Online: 11 TV Hill profiles candidates for Baltimore mayor in 2020

11 TV Hill profiles the candidates running for mayor of Baltimore in 2020. Read More >

Posted on February 17 2020

WBAL: Mary Miller Meets with Supporters at Open House

A little more than 10 weeks away from the April primary in the race for Baltimore mayor, candidates are trying to make the most out of their time. Supporters were able to meet candidate Mary Miller on Saturday at her campaign headquarters on Sisson Street. For two hours, Miller worked to make her case to voters at the open house. Read More >

Posted on February 15 2020

Baltimore Positive: Miller wants to bring economic development back to City Hall

You’ve seen her ads appear in recent days, telling her story in 30 seconds but this was our chance to sit and chat with mayoral candidate Mary Miller in a long format and gain some depth to her experience in government. This is the first of a three-part chat from Faidley’s Seafood in Lexington Market, covering a wide swath of city issues from crime to urban development to education. Read More >

Posted on February 15 2020

The Baltimore Sun: Mary Miller, running for mayor, says Baltimore needs a big push for ‘inclusive growth’ to lick crime

Mary Miller is running for mayor of Baltimore and just launched a television ad campaign to make sure everyone got the news. My fellow citizens need to pay attention. She’s a high-credential candidate in the most important Baltimore election of the 21st Century. We either continue with the leadership we’ve had or move to someone with a larger vision for a future very different from our present. There are a few candidates who offer the latter choice. Mary Miller is one of them. Read More >

Posted on February 14 2020

FOX45: Seven Baltimore Mayoral Candidates participate in youth town hall

Seven Baltimore mayoral candidates participated in a youth town hall held at the Green Street Academy in West Baltimore. Mary Miller was also asked about the crime and how she would handle the issue of juvenile offenders. She said that she is opposed to charging youth as adults, who've not been charged with violent offenses. Read More >

Posted on February 13 2020

FOX45: Mayoral Candidates Talk Crime

Violence in Baltimore is becoming as frequent as the sunrise. Baltimore residents are begging for something to be done. So FOX45's Alexa Ashwell and Elijah Westbrook took that question to the city's mayoral candidates. Mary Miller, a former Obama administration official and Democratic mayoral candidate, also responded after the show. She said: "Let's call this the emergency that it is. With the latest news, its clear we need a mayor who will bring all the players to the table to get something done." Read More >

Posted on February 12 2020

Press Release: Mary Miller Releases Education Plan to Strengthen Baltimore’s Education System

Mary Miller released her plan to strengthen Baltimore's education system - focusing on increasing equity. The plan highlights five opportunities for the next Mayor to take action to create equity and ensure the right for every student in Baltimore to receive a quality education. Read More >

Posted on February 12 2020

The Baltimore Sun: Baltimore mayoral candidate Mary Miller launches major TV ad buy, focuses on accountability

Baltimore mayoral candidate and former U.S. Treasury official Mary Miller launched a major TV ad campaign Monday that focuses on her record of helping children in the city and pledges accountability in the fight against crime. The ads are part of a more than $500,000 media buy, her campaign said, and are a show of financial strength for Miller, who jumped into a crowded Democratic field late and with little name recognition. Read More >

Posted on February 10 2020

Press Release: Mary Miller Becomes First Mayoral Candidate to Launch Major TV Ad Buy

Former Obama administration official and Democratic mayoral candidate Mary Miller will begin her television ad campaign this week with two spots, “Accountable” and “My Son.” The ads outline Mary’s plan to address crime and her long history of working to reduce poverty and improve education in Baltimore. Read More >

Posted on February 10 2020

WYPR: Mary Miller: Democratic Candidate For Baltimore Mayor

Mary Miller is Tom’s guest today, as our Conversations With The Candidates series continues. She is one of 24 Democratic candidates running for Baltimore mayor. Read More >

Posted on January 28 2020

WBAL: Mayoral candidate Mary Miller releases ideas to make city safe

BALTIMORE — Baltimore mayoral candidate Mary Miller released her crime plan Monday, focusing on supporting the current police commissioner and tying crime reduction to equality. Miller said her plan is about making the city safe for everyone. The former Obama administration official and former T. Rowe Price executive said she's seen firsthand what communities need to end crime. Read More >

Posted on January 27 2020

WBAL: Mary Miller makes run for Baltimore mayor official

BALTIMORE — Another candidate for Baltimore mayor is making her run official. On Tuesday afternoon, Mary Miller filed her certificate of candidacy at the city Board of Elections. Miller announced she was running earlier this month. Miller said her management experience is desperately needed at city hall and wants to make battling violent crime a top priority. "My campaign message is we don’t just have a crime problem, we have an opportunity problem in Baltimore. So, we need to relentlessly provide more opportunities for people so we're not putting them on a path towards crime," she said. Miller previously spent 26 years at T. Rowe Price, before being nominated by President Barack Obama for a top job at the U.S. Treasury in 2009. Read More >

Posted on January 21 2020

Press Release: Statement on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Day

Today, we commemorate Martin Luther King Jr.’s civil rights legacy with a day of service. My campaign spent the afternoon on a Prayer Walk on Edmondson Avenue and this evening at My Sister’s Place serving dinner. I met so many Baltimoreans who are reaching out to their neighbors to help this city reach its potential. It was a truly inspiring day. Read More >

Posted on January 20 2020

Press Release: REMARKS: Mary Miller Officially Kicks Off Campaign with Speech at Baltimore Museum of Industry

Tonight, Mary Miller officially kicked off her campaign for Baltimore mayor with an address to hundreds of supporters at the Baltimore Museum of Industry. A full copy of her remarks follow. Read More >

Posted on January 07 2020

The Baltimore Sun: Former T. Rowe Price exec Mary Miller enters Baltimore mayor’s race, citing ‘crying need for management’ in city

Mary Miller, a former T. Rowe Price executive and U.S. Treasury official, is entering the Baltimore mayor’s race, arguing she has the management experience and financial expertise to grow the local economy and spark a turnaround in a city gripped by crime and poverty. Read More >

Posted on January 07 2020

Press Release: Mary Miller Announces Her Campaign for Mayor of Baltimore

Mary Miller, a former Under Secretary of the Treasury to President Obama and a Baltimore resident for over three decades, announced her bid for mayor of Baltimore, today. Mary will formally kick-off her campaign on Tuesday evening with an address to supporters at the Baltimore Museum of Industry. Read More >

Posted on January 07 2020