Baltimore County residents attend a Baltimore County Council meeting, with signs indicating that they are watching their elected officials
For too long, our political leaders have favored the interests of big money and developers over the concerns of regular people. But public financing of political campaigns, coupled with small donations, can drive big-money interests out of our democracy. That’s why Colleen will push for Baltimore County to follow the sensible path of Montgomery County and Howard County and begin a public campaign financing program that puts people before corporations. And, as a representative for the people–not big money–she will not accept any funds from developers or business PACs.