On the day most voters were set to head to the polls, Sheila Dixon said a robocall was being spread with false information about her candidacy.
According to the Dixon campaign, a robocall was circulating saying Dixon is no longer in the race. She posted a Facebook video to dispute the claim, saying she is still in the race. “I’m in this race, all the way,” she said.
I AM in this RACE!!! I LOVE this CITY!!! Don't believe any fake robocall messages that say otherwise…. I need you to vote #SheilaDixonForMayor so that together we can #ReclaimReviveRebuild Baltimore!!!!#TeamDixon #WeAreBaltimore #Baltimore #Vote
Posted by Sheila Dixon For Baltimore on Tuesday, April 26, 2016
There is no word on who issued the robocall.
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