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Baltimore's leading candidates for mayor in the 2016 general election.

Since April's error-filled Democratic primary election in Baltimore, many Dixon supporters have questions about whether she or rival state Sen. Catherine E. Pugh truly won that closely contested election. No one has more questions than Dixon herself, who asks openly, "Did I really lose?"
Joshua Harris, the Green Party candidate in Baltimore's mayoral race, has a 21-page plan to revolutionize the city: He wants communities to vote on budget decisions, a public bank to invest tax dollars and a thriving medical marijuana industry.
Under an umbrella on a drizzly Sunday afternoon with a cigar in his left hand, Alan Walden distributed modest gold-and-black fliers advertising his underdog mayoral campaign.
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