My Interview with DMVDailyNews

Yesterday, Hassan Giordano of DMVDailyNews interviewed me. We had a great discussion about the campaign, inner city violence, education, poverty, recidivism, neighborhood clean up, open air drug markets, racial disparities and other issues. Check out the interview and tell me what you think. Please donate to my campaign and volunteer. We will be canvassing on Saturday starting at 10:00 a.m. We will meet at Belvedere Square. Please RSVP here.

First Campaign Canvass

On September 7, 2019, we launched conducted our very first campaign canvassing.  It was great talking to the people about important issues such gun violence, youth, employment, education and water bills. 

Please join our next canvassing effort.  We will meet at Govans Elementary School located at 800 Woodbourne, Baltimore, Maryland on September 21, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. Please RSVP. Thank you for your support.

Anson Asaka is an Official Candidate for Baltimore City Council - District 4

BALTIMORE, Aug. 8, 2019 – Today, civil rights attorney Anson Carlton Asaka announced his candidacy for Baltimore’s District 4 City Council seat.
“Contrary to President Donald Trump’s racist statements about Baltimore City and the Hon. Elijah Cummings, Baltimore is a beautiful and vibrant city,” Asaka, a four year resident of the Mid-Govans neighborhood, said after filing election paperwork this morning. “However, there are urgent issues in this city that must be addressed now.” 
“I am running for city council because I want to see a better Baltimore,” Asaka, an NAACP National Office Associate General Counsel, added.  “Now is the time for change.  We need safe neighborhoods, clean streets, good jobs, living wages, great schools, well-funded recreation centers, police accountability, political integrity, corporate responsibility and environmental justice. More simply, we need equity, prosperity and opportunity for all of Baltimore, not just in the enclaves of Homeland, Roland Park and o…