Who we are
This website is the campaign website for Dave Heilker’s City Council Campaign. All content by authority: Dave Heilker for Baltimore. Jevon Hamlet, Treasurer.
Our website address is: https://www.daveforbaltimore.com.
What personal data we collect and why we collect it
In order to build the momentum we need to speak truth to power, we ask you to submit certain personal information, such as your name, email and zip code. We use that information to personalize your experience with our organization, and to provide you with information pertaining to events, local happenings, news, and some campaign related information and updates.
When you make a financial contribution to Dave Heilker for Baltimore, we are required by Maryland State Law to collect certain information, including your full name, address, and employment information.
What we do with the information
We use the information we collect to personalize your interaction with our website, Dave Heilker and his current and future campaigns. Some information may be used, or transmitted to third parties (most commonly, to other elected officials in our city who we feel strongly enough to support), to further personalize your interactions with our campaign. We do not sell your information.
How can I control the use of my info?
We do not advertise on our site. We do not sell your information. If you’d like to receive our emails less frequently, or opt-out, or unsubscribe to any of our mailing lists, click on the links in our email footer
How do I contact the campaign if I have questions about this policy?
Feel free to call us at (443)989.8872, email us at email@example.com, or mail us at this address:
Dave for Baltimore
2704 Huntingdon Ave
Baltimore, MD 21211
Could this policy change?
We reserve the right to make changes to this policy at any time, but honestly, that’s suuuuper unlikely. Seriously, we almost forgot to put one of these on the website in the first place.
If any changes to this policy are made, the date that the revised or updated policy is posted to this site will appear below. But seriously, it’s not likely to happen.
v 1.0: February 25, 2019