Sheila Dixon said she's determined to keep fighting for the Baltimore mayoral seat.
After her loss in April’s democratic primary election, Dixon launched a write-in campaign hoping to stir up support from voters.
Dixon held an election night watch party Tuesday at Oxygen Lounge to see her if battle to become mayor would end in victory.
Although the results showed Pugh winning by a landslide, Dixon said she’s not going to stop fighting until every vote has been counted.
The former mayor of Baltimore also thanked her supporters for believing in her and the difference she wants to make in the community.
— manny locke (@realmannynation) November 9, 2016
Mayor-elect Catherine Pugh won with 74 percent of the votes.
Green Party candidate Joshua Harris and Republican Alan Walden both loss with 13 percent.