Brandon was elected President of the City Council by his fellow council members last year when then Council President Jack Young became Mayor after Catherine Pugh’s fall from grace.
He was first elected to the Council in 2011 to represent the 2nd District. Before that, he worked in the office of then Council President Stephanie Rawlings Blake as her representative in Northeast Baltimore.
In 2018, Jim Shea picked Mr. Scott as his running mate in their unsuccessful bid in the Democratic Gubernatorial primary.
Council President Scott fended off a crowded field of challengers for his party’s nomination, including former mayor Shelia Dixon.
Brandon Scott is 36 years old. He grew up in Park Heights, where his parents and family still live. He lives in the Frankford neighborhood in North East Baltimore.