Our seniors have led and supported our neighborhoods for decades, which means it’s our turn to give back to them for their years of service. The first step to defending our seniors is combating threats to their quality of life, like tax sales of their homes over unpaid water bills, sky-rocketing prices for pharmaceuticals, and quality senior housing that allows our elders to live in dignity.

Of course, Antonio has been a leading advocate for Baltimore’s seniors throughout his time in the General Assembly, which includes giving the Attorney General authority to sue drug-companies that price gouge their customers. He has also been a leading advocate for ensuring that Medicaid keeps up with inflation, so that outdated medical payouts don’t jeopardize quality treatment. Antonio’s commitment to seniors also includes improving regulations for the cooperative housing complexes that many seniors rely on.