Sheila Dixon Says Robocall is Falsely Claiming She Dropped Out

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sheilabluedress-new-500x600On 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.

Stephen Babcock

Stephen Babcock is the editor of Technical.ly Baltimore and an editor-at-large of Baltimore Fishbowl.


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