As the GOP and Democratic presidential candidates vie to grab the primary prize in Maryland next week, many eyes are on another race.
Soon, Baltimore will need a new mayor and activist DeRay McKesson wants the job of picking up the pieces of a fractured city that has been on fire since the death of Freddie Gray. The Baltimore native, who announced his campaign early February, insists he is not a politician. Instead, the black lives matter protester who pushed for change from the outside, is now aiming to be in position to push from the inside.
Above: McKesson speaks with voter Karen Olson as he canvasses in Charles Village in Baltimore, on March 26, 2016.