Seniors

Our seniors have led and supported our neighborhoods for decades, which means it’s our turn to give back to them for their years of service. The first step to defending our seniors is combating threats to their quality of life, like tax sales of their homes over unpaid water bills, sky-rocketing prices for pharmaceuticals, and quality senior housing that allows our elders to live in dignity.

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Education

When it comes to Baltimore’s future, our children will always be the most valuable investment we can make. Of course, that investment is made up in large part by properly funding Baltimore City Schools, which the City relies heavily on the State of Maryland for. Antonio will fight to get City Schools its fair share of funding, and to make sure the Kirwin Commission creates a funding formula that accounts for the higher cost of education the City faces because so many of its students come from underserved communities.

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Transit

Thousands of 40th District residents depend on public transportation for their everyday needs, but live in communities designed for car-first commuting. Antonio believes that a fair City means a City with equal access to opportunity, whether you get there by bus, by bike, by light rail, or by car.

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Public Safety

As Assistant Deputy Mayor for Baltimore City, Antonio managed the City’s public safety programs. Under his tenure, Baltimore consistently drove down crime year-after-year, while still reducing the rate of incarceration for its most vulnerable populations. This success led Antonio to be a vocal advocate for results-driven public safety policies.

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