New spot “Know-How” addresses the impact of COVID-19 on Baltimore’s communities of color and Mary’s plan to respond to this crisis and come back stronger.
BALTIMORE, MD – On Tuesday, April 28, former Obama administration official and Democratic mayoral candidate Mary Miller will release a new ad, “Know-How.” The ad addresses the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on Baltimore — specifically on communities of color — and Mary’s plan to respond to this crisis by rebuilding the city’s economy to come back stronger and more inclusive.
“Coronavirus has fully exposed the crisis facing Baltimore, especially with its impact on African Americans,” says Mary Miller. “It’s going to take a strong, experienced leader to rebuild an economy that works for everyone. From my time working for President Obama, I know how to do this. This is the opportunity for Baltimore to leave the past behind and come back stronger. We can change Baltimore if we change how the city is run.”
While serving as Undersecretary for Domestic Finance at the U.S. Treasury Department, Mary helped lead the U.S. recovery from the great recession and helped cities across the country come back. In Baltimore, she has been working to get money flowing into neighborhoods that have been left out for far too long, and helping women and people of color start small businesses. Mary knows that government can be a powerful force for creating economic opportunity, and she knows that is what is needed in Baltimore now more than ever.
“Know-How” will be on TV and cable starting Tuesday, April 28 as part of the Miller Campaign’s TV ad buy. The campaign will air ads through Election Day on June 2.
“Know-How” can be viewed here.
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 2009, 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.