We're Supporting J.D.

Sheila A. Dixon
Former Mayor of Baltimore

"I’m supporting J.D. Merrill because he’s young, he’s energetic, and I know he’ll work hard on behalf of all of us."

DeRay McKesson
Civil Rights Activist

"J.D. won't just talk about civil rights and social justice, he'll build coalitions necessary to deliver real results for our communities."

Councilman Brandon Scott
City Council, District 2

"J.D. is hardworking, determined, and understands the challenges facing Baltimore's families"

Senator Bill Ferguson
46th District

To improve educational equity in Maryland we need to continue to build political power around the idea that every student has a right to a quality education. J.D. knows what’s at stake."

Rikki Spekctor
Former City Councilwoman, District 5
Councilwoman Shannon Sneed
City Council, District 13
Senator Craig Zucker
14th District


Across Baltimore, community leaders are speaking up to demand hard-working and accountable representation in Annapolis. These leaders recognize that J.D. is offering leadership that the 41st district needs, and they're excited to support him on Election Day. 

Alex Friedman

Youth Commissioner, 5th District

Mt. Washington: 

Lindsey White

Cross Keys: 

Steve Sachs,

Former Attorney General

North Roland Park:

Gregg Bernstein, Former Baltimore City States Attorney


Domonique Flowers


Henry Kay & Beth Harber

Edmondson Village: 

Katrina Armwood

Windsor Hills: 

Arthur Boyd & Meg Meyer

Roland Park: 

Mary Page Michael

Forest Park: 

Sharon Bradford

Park Heights:

Oscar Cobbs

Rognel Heights:

Don Sherrod

Hunting Ridge:

Nancy Smith

West Hills:

Warren Smith


Harold Diggs

Grove Park:

Dr. Helena Hicks

Hilltop 4100:

Matt Minson


Dorothy Cunningham



Authority: Friends of J.D. Merrill, Josh K. Russakis, Treasurer.

P.O. Box 5685, Baltimore, MD 21210