Hillary Clinton Makes First Maryland Campaign Stop in Baltimore

BALTIMORE – More than 1,000 supporters gathered in South Baltimore Sunday to hear Hillary Clinton speak.  She hit on the key issues of her campaign, but also talked about Maryland politics and wasted no time hitting on topics that matter here in Charm City.

“I intend to make sure that we create more great jobs with rising incomes,” said Clinton.  “I particularly want to pay attention to our cities like Baltimore.


Clinton told supporters we need to invest in regions that have been passed by.

“As part of my plan, I will direct hundreds of billions of dollars in new investments to places like West and East Baltimore.”

Including a vow to spend $20-billion to create jobs for young people.

She went on the tell the crowd folks need transportation options to be able to get to the jobs, and took a shot at Republican Governor Larry Hogan.