Former Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon announced she will try to get her job back as a write in candidate for the general election.
Dixon filed the paperwork Tuesday before a news conference. She acknowledged her newly revived campaign is going to be challenging.
“I know this is a uphill battle. But I know that in the next four weeks, were gonna educate people in the ‘ABC’s’ of what it means to write-in a candidate,” she said.
She also added that her campaign is going to be “organic” and “grassroots.”
Dixon, in her announcement Monday, pointed to the District of Columbia, where then Mayor Tony Williams had to launch a write-in campaign for re-election.