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Change Maryland Action Fund and Change Maryland Announce Statewide Six-Figure Radio and Digital Ad Buys, Launch New Website Advancing Governor Hogan’s Crime Proposals

With the Maryland legislature failing to take any action on crime, and with more than half of the annual legislative session already over, Change Maryland Action Fund (CMAF) and Change Maryland (CM) announced a six-figure ad buy advancing common sense crime proposals to hold violent criminals accountable.

The Change Maryland Action Fund radio ads will run in the Baltimore Metro market, asking Marylanders to contact their legislators and urge them to finally pass Governor Hogan’s crime bills. Change Maryland Action Fund also launched a new website to demand action from the General Assembly.

“While people are being murdered nearly every day, the Maryland legislature has spent more time offering excuses than making sure violent criminals are held accountable,” said Change Maryland Action Fund Spokesman David Weinman. “We will not let them ignore the overwhelming majority of Marylanders who are demanding action. Their voices must be heard.”

View the new website here:

Listen to the Change Maryland Action Fund radio ad here and see the digital ad here, both titled “Enough is Enough.”


In the first 45 days of 2022, there were 46 murders in Baltimore.

A Baltimore County mother gunned down.

The General Manager of one of the best Italian restaurants in Baltimore was murdered.

Police are looking for whomever was behind a mass shooting in East Baltimore.

The search continues for the search for two suspects in the search for a doordash delivery driver in Northeast Baltimore.

The next 60 seconds are not enough time to list all the victims of gun violence in Baltimore this year, but it is enough time to do something about it since legislators in Annapolis refuse to.

Putting politics before safety.

Governor Hogan’s emergency crime proposals will take our streets back by holding violent criminals accountable.

An overwhelming majority of Marylanders agree.

So contact your legislator.

Tell them support Governor Hogan’s emergency crime legislation.

Because enough is enough.