“I am running for City Council in the 4th District because I believe a vibrant district requires a bold, engaged leader with a clear vision. We must embrace the cultural and economic diversity of district 4 and focus our energy toward protecting that gift at every level. In order for our district to flourish: the people, neighborhoods and businesses must all thrive. Together, we can work to seize opportunities to be inclusive and innovative".  


Stronger Communities


A Day of Remembrance

September 25, 2019

Taking to the streets to fight crime and grime

May 15, 2019

"Nothing happens overnight...

Council to Consider Charter Changes in Wake of Pugh Scandal

April 29, 2019

"A joint statement was released by...

Baltimore City hosts third annual Women’s March

January 31, 2019

Central Committee Member for District 43 Angie Winder discussed...

Hundreds gather for the Third Annual Baltimore Women's March

January 19, 2019

"Angie Winder with Restoring the Village said "...

Some Baltimore voters pressing Democratic Party leaders to urge Del. Curt Anderson to drop candidacy

July 27, 2018

“Angie Winder, a newly elected committee member, said..."