As Mary Miller continues to show positive momentum, the Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance has voted to endorse Mary Miller as the next mayor of Baltimore.

BALTIMORE, MD – Today, former Obama administration official and Democratic mayoral candidate Mary Miller was endorsed by the Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance of Baltimore. This endorsement comes after yesterday’s announcement that Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot has endorsed Miller, and as polls continue to show Miller as the only candidate with positive momentum.

“Baltimore is facing a significant loss of revenue now, as well as in the coming years,” Rev. Dr. Al Gwynn Sr. said. “This will affect crime-fighting, education, jobs, and much more. Not only does the city need a fresh leader, but one who understands municipal financing and how to obtain funding from new sources — both private and public. Mary Miller is the right choice for Baltimore City to do the job. That’s why the IMA endorses Mary Miller for Mayor of Baltimore City.”

“We are so grateful to have the support of the Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance and look forward to working with them in our efforts to make Baltimore the city we know it can be,” Mary Miller said.

An April poll of 500 likely voters showed Mary Miller tied for the lead, reflecting Miller’s appeal across the city and continued positive momentum.

About Mary Miller:

Mary Miller is a Democrat running for mayor of Baltimore, her home of 34 years. Her career has been spent studying urban planning and investing in cities. In 2010, President Obama appointed Mary to help lead our country’s recovery from the Great Recession. As the first woman to serve as the Under Secretary for Domestic Finance at the U.S. Treasury Department, Mary oversaw the entire U.S. economy. Mary left the Obama administration determined to help strengthen her hometown and has been working to get money flowing into neighborhoods that have been left out and helps women and people of color start small businesses and revitalize historically neglected areas of the city.

About Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance of Baltimore:

The Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance is a Historic Federation of Clergy-Activists across the Baltimore Metro Area, which advocates in solidarity with marginalized communities both locally and globally. IMA gives voice to those who may not have a voice to address critical issues such as better schools and better housing, crime elimination, job creation and other pressing issues.