More people have chosen to vote early in this year's primary election than ever before. What does that tell us about what to expect on election day? If the turnout in Baltimore is higher than in previous contests, who does that help, and who does it hurt? How will the Presidential races affect the contests for the Senate, Congress, Mayor, and City Council? Luke Broadwater of the Baltimore Sun, Kimberly Moffit from University of Maryland Baltimore County, and Kenneth Burns of WYPR join Tom to discuss these questions and more.
Plus, we go up on the roof with Elder Harris of the Newborn Community of Faith Church. He’s been living high to get people in Sandtown-Winchester politically engaged.
And, for decades women have been told to increase their calcium intake as they get older, but is that bad advice? Nutrition Diva Monica Reinagle joins Tom to discuss.