The Paris Post – December 5, 2019

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December 5, 2019

 

Meet and Greets

Our next Meet & Greet is this Sunday in the Patterson Park neighborhood! We’ll meet at the home of Heather Wade at 2614 E. Baltimore Street from 11am – 1pm. Come by to mingle with neighbors, meet Paris, and learn about our campaign for Baltimore City Council in the First District. RSVP here.

We are actively searching for volunteers to host House Parties and Meet & Greets for our campaign. Hosting an event is a fun way to support our campaign by connecting Paris with voters, donors, and volunteers. If you or any of your friends might be able to host a party, please reach out to Miguel at msbuddle@gmail.com or simply reply to this email.

 

In The Community

Paris celebrated Thanksgiving with the Southeast United Community Association and the Zion Baptist Church of Christ. See more here.

Paris continues to present to neighborhood associations around the First District. Most recently, she spoke to the Brewers Hill Neighbors monthly meeting about her plans to pursue public health approaches to public safety like tackling the opioid epidemic and establishing an Office of Returning Citizens Affairs. See more here.

 

#ParisHasAPlan for Public Safety

It is clear that First District residents want a leader who recognizes that public safety is the #1 issue facing our community. #ParisHasAPlan to take a hands-on approach to public safety which includes working closely with the police, implementing reforms for BPD, and pursuing long-term public health solutions. See more here.

Paris recently spoke to the Canton Community Association’s Public Safety Committee about how we need more women to step up to keep our communities safe. Watch her remarks here.

 

#ParisHasAPlan for Public Safety

Our campaign now has campaign magnets for clothing. These are a great way to show your #TeamParis pride without putting a hole in your clothing. This is a super helpful way to get the word out about our campaign and support our efforts. Plus, these would make great holiday gifts!

If you make a $10 donation, we’ll send you a magnet. If you give $25, we’ll send you a t-shirt.

As always, if you come out to volunteer by knocking doors or making phone calls, we will give you a shirt or magnet for free. Sign up here to join us!

 

Upcoming Events

See you soon!

Team Paris

The Paris Post – November 21, 2019

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November 21, 2019

 

Paris in the Community

With winter comes ice hockey season! The 2019-2020 season of the Patterson Park Stars Youth Hockey Program is underway and Paris is back on the ice for the third year to coach at-risk kids from around Baltimore City. Some exciting news – there are more girls participating in the program this year than ever before! Read more here.

Paris presented her plans to members of the Patterson Park Neighborhood Association at their monthly November meeting. Patterson Park residents are looking for a Councilperson who will take a more hands-on approach to public safety. They were very interested to hear Paris’ plans to reduce crime by addressing the opioid crisis and establishing an Office of Returning Citizens’ Affairs. Read the meeting minutes here.

While Paris is stepping up to represent neighborhoods across Southeast Baltimore, she remains committed to being a leader in her own neighborhood. She was recently re-elected to serve as Vice President of the Fells Prospect Community Association for a third year. Read more here.

 

Call for Volunteers

With the shorter daylight hours and colder temperatures, we now have less time to knock on doors. While we are still out knocking every weekend, we are spending some weeknights making phone calls to the thousands of voters in the First District. We need your help! Sign up here.

 

Campaign for House Parties

 

Hosting a house party is a fun way to support our campaign by connecting Paris with voters, donors, and volunteers. We are actively looking for folks to host parties to support our campaigns, whether or not you live in the First District. If you or any of your friends might be able to host a party, please reach out to Miguel at msbuddle@gmail.com or simply reply to this email.

If hosting a party isn’t your thing, we hope you’ll make a contribution. Every dollar you donate is absolutely vital to helping win this race.

Upcoming Events

And of course, we are still knocking doors and making phone calls every single day. Help us keep up our momentum by coming out with us. Click here to volunteer any day you have available.

See you soon!

Team Paris