BALTIMORE - Voters came armed with questions and looking for answers at the NAACP Candidate Crime Plan Forum.
The Criminal Justice Committee invited candidates for Governor, Attorney General and City State's Attorney. The candidates were given 5 to 7 minutes to present their plans, and then take questions from the audience.
For some voters who attended, it was very helpful.
"I think we as the voter have to figure out which issues are important to us, and choose and they gave us an opportunity to make those choices."
Kim Trueheart was thrilled to hear from two of the three candidates for Baltimore City State's Attorney, Russell Neverdon and Marilyn Mosby. She said she was disappointed she didn't hear from any of the incumbents.