City Councilman Nick J. Mosby plans to announce on Tuesday his "15 Point Plan for a Better Baltimore," his campaign said in a statement.
Mosby's plans "will serve as a blueprint to addresses Baltimore's toughest challenges from public safety and economic development to revitalizing our communities and public education," the statement said.
He has scheduled a news conference at 10:30 a.m. at the intersection of Howard and Franklin streets.
"It is not enough to fix the schools if there are no jobs after graduation," the statement said. "It is not enough to create jobs if there is no transportation to get people to jobs. It is not enough to crack down on crime without tackling the root causes of crime. Nick will unveil a platform that Connects the Dots that define Baltimore using the New Energy and New Ideas the City needs."
In addition to Mosby, candidates running for the Democratic primary on April 26 include state Sen. Catherine E. Pugh, former Mayor Sheila Dixon, City Councilman Carl Stokes, businessman David L. Warnock, and Elizabeth Embry, criminal division chief for the Maryland attorney general's office.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake announced in September she would not seek another term.