The 2020 Campaign Classroom – Part 2

As we move forward with the 2020 campaign, our Fellowship Program to engage young people interested in campaigns and local government is in full swing. Every chance we get, we turn our campaign office into a classroom to give them opportunities to learn from some of the best in the industry.

Today we were fortunate to have the amazing Dr. Mileah Kromer from the Goucher Poll teach Basics of Polling. She was followed by Jeff Amoros, Nick Blendy, and Matt Stegman, three of the best in the business, who shared the Fundamentals of Government Relations.

Looking forward to our upcoming classes on Communications, Field, Business Development, and Community Organizing. Our goal is to provide exposure and opportunities for our Fellows. If you or someone you know is interested in getting involved in our Fellowship Program, please send info to Patrick@CostelloForBaltimore.com

Basics of Polling

Fundamentals of Government Relations

The 2020 Campaign Classroom

When we launched our 2020 campaign, we began a fellowship program to engage young people interested in local government. We’ve built an incredible team of passionate people from local universities.

Every chance we get, we turn our campaign office into a classroom to give them opportunities to learn from some of the best in the industry. Today, we were fortunate enough to have Justin Lane provide Fundamentals of Constituent Services, followed by the amazing Sophia Silbergeld and Rachael Rice doing the Basics of Fundraising. Looking forward to our upcoming classes on Government Relations, Communications, Economic Development, Field, and Business Development.

Electronic Scooters And Bicycles Pilot Program – Update

BACKGROUND

Baltimore City and the Department of Transportation (DOT) engaged in a 6 ½ month pilot period with both Bird and Lime for the use of dockless vehicles (electric scooters and bicycles), on August 15, 2018, which expires on February 28, 2019. DOT has stated that the purpose of this pilot project is to allow the City to evaluate the potential benefits to the City and feasibility of deploying dockless vehicles in the City and to better understand what rules / regulations / laws are necessary regarding their use.

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