The Paris Post – December 19, 2019

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December 19, 2019


ICYMI: It’s official

On December 10th – 96 years to the day since the Equal Rights Amendment was first introduced in Congress – Paris officially filed to run for Baltimore City Council. See more here.


In The Community – holiday edition

At this time of year, there are many festive activities happening around the First District to ring in the holidays.

Paris has been busy attending as many of these events with her neighbors as possible, like the Patterson Park Pagoda Lighting ceremony and the O’Donnell Square Lamppost Lighting celebration.



Fellowship Opportunities

Our team is looking to hire Field Organizing Fellows starting in 2020. This is a great opportunity for high school or college students to gain experience as a political operative. If you or anybody you know is interested in applying, please direct them to


Upcoming Events

Help Team Paris ring in the New Year with a Happy Hour fundraiser. We’ll celebrate the beginning of 2020 and all the progress we’ve made so far on our campaign for Baltimore City Council!

You can reserve your ticket online here, or send a check payable to Friends of Paris Bienert, c/o Rice Consulting, 17 W Courtland St, Suite 210, Bel Air MD 21014. For questions, call our team at 410-838-6355.

Coffee! Carbs! Your candidate! Starting in 2020, Paris will be holding open office hours at local coffee shops around the District every Tuesday morning from 7am – 10am. This will be an opportunity for interested voters to meet and talk with Paris while enjoying free pastries and coffee provided by the campaign. Find out when Paris will be coming to your neighborhood coffee shop!


We hope you and yours have a very Happy Holidays. We look forward to seeing you in 2020.

Team Paris