Elected Official Endorsements

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We need more young people getting involved in the political process - we need young people to step up and take on more responsibility in order to create meaningful change. Paris is putting her money where her mouth is by running for Central Committee at the age of 25. She is exactly the kind of person we need getting out the vote, organizing in the community, and helping to make sure the people of the 46th District are being heard. I wholeheartedly support her campaign.
— Zeke Cohen, Baltimore City Councilman, District 1
As a public servant, I know there is nothing more important than getting to know my constituents, hearing their concerns, and making myself available to them. Over the last few months, Paris has knocked on thousands of doors and she spent several days with me getting to know the people in the 11th council district. She is committed to being personally and politically involved in Baltimore, and I know she will be a strong advocate and resource to everyone in District 46 as a member of the Central Committee.
— Eric Costello, Baltimore City Councilman, District 11
I met Paris two years ago playing football in Canton. Since then, I have seen her emerge as a strong community leader and advocate. As a member of the Central Committee myself, I know all too well that the Committee needs serious reform. Paris is ready to lead the fight to change outdated policies that make the Democratic Party inaccessible and obscure for too many Baltimoreans. We need bold leaders who will put in the necessary work, and that’s why I’m supporting Paris.
— Brandon Scott, Baltimore City Councilman, District 2

Community Endorsements

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Baltimore needs new voices and fresh ideas. We also need more women and young people getting involved in the political process. I was thrilled when Paris called me last year and told me her plans to run for the Central Committee. Paris is a fearless advocate of representation - her voice is what we need on the Central Committee.
— Keisha Allen, Westport Neighborhood Association President
Paris has a proven track record of community advocacy. I am confident that she will bring fresh energy and vision to the Democratic Central Committee and will be a strong representative for the 46th District. I enthusiastically support Paris’ candidacy.
— Liam Davis, Greektown Community Leader
I met Paris while organizing for Hillary Clinton’s presidential primary campaign in 2016. I was impressed with her then, and continue to be so now. Paris is driven, thoughtful, and capable. She has given her time and talent as a volunteer organizer, and her willingness to go the extra mile for the Democratic Party will make her an outstanding member of the Central Committee.
— Denise Gilmore, Baltimore Women United Co-Chair
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I support Paris Bienert for Central Committee. When we needed help in our community association, she volunteered without hesitation — next thing she knew we made her Vice President. She is a genuine leader who works hard with humility and represents the best of the Democratic Party and District 46. I can’t wait to have her represent us on the Central Committee.
— Scott Goldman, Fells Prospect Community Association President
Paris understands our community - she is a lifelong Baltimorean who was born in Butcher’s Hill and now lives in Fells Prospect. She has been a strong partner and collaborator in leading our neighboring community associations. We need political leaders who are involved not only in big-picture policy-making, but who are genuinely invested in getting involved on the neighborhood level. That’s why I’m supporting Paris Bienert for Central Committee.
— Kurt Schiller, Upper Fells Point Improvement Association President
I’m proud to be an advocate for women’s rights, particularly women’s political participation and representation. It’s humbling to have my efforts recognized by this important organization. When elected to the Democratic Central Committee, I will continue to work to close the political gender gap, increase women’s civic engagement, and fight for equity.
— Paris Bienert