Because the USOC prefers to work with a single jurisdiction rather than two, the bid's organizers are calling themselves "D.C. 2024." This should allow them to take advantage of Washington's cachet as an international cultural capital and to help attract the $3 million to $5 million needed to raise over the next two years to make the case to the U.S. Olympic Committee. But make no mistake, Baltimore would play a major role in the Games if the effort is successful, with Camden Yards and the Inner Harbor designated as prime locations for athletic and water-related events. Indeed, as Robert T. Sweeney, president of DC 2004, told The Sun, "We can't do it without Baltimore."