BALTIMORE — State Delegate Nick Mosby returns to 100 Holliday Street, this time with a different and more powerful title.
The former city councilman, won his run for Baltimore City Council President on Election Tuesday.
The East Baltimore native beat his Republican opponent, Jovani M. Patterson, 80.9 % to 17.6%.
His experience at City Hall began as a representative of the west side's 7th District. A seat he held from 2011 to 2016.
It was during the 2016 election, he decided to give up his council seat to run for Baltimore Mayor.
Mosby dropped out of the race from mayor and the seat was won by Catherine Pugh.
Following his run for Baltimore's top official, he was appointed to represent Baltimore City's 40th District in the State House of Delegates in January 2017 by Governor Larry Hogan.
The city council president leads the Board of Estimates and other fellow city council members.
He is the husband of Baltimore City States Attorney Marilyn Mosby.