I want to thank everyone for voting on November 6, and especially those that supported change and demanded better representation for District 4.  Unfortunately I came up about 3,000 votes short.  Please stay involved and continue to demand more from our public schools, our School Board and particularly the District 4 incumbent.

Let me reiterate my appreciation for your support in the April 3 primary.  The results showed that District 4 families are ready for a responsive, effective Board Member.


I ran for the Prince George's County Board of Education because I believe every child deserves a chance to succeed no matter who their parents are or what zip code they live in. If you believe that the foundation for a strong County is a strong, welcoming, renowned public school system, please vote for me on Tuesday November 6.

In that race, I was proud to have the support of the Prince George's County Educator's Association, which represents our County's 8,500 public school teachers.  I also had the support of our schools' 8,000 non-classroom employees, who are represented by the AFL-CIO COPE.  Our school employees recognized the need for real change and knew that I had the experience, dedication and common sense to get it done for all of our families.

II was proud to be endorsed by the Washington Post , who said I was the "most impressive" challenger and who lauded my "rich history of civic involvement" in Prince George's County.  I also had the endorsement of the Gazette, for similar reasons.

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