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My Picks for School Board

As we near the General Election on November 8, there are a number of offices that we will vote on up and down the ballot. The Prince George’s County Board of Education has four seats on the ballot this election cycle, and these seats are more important than ever.

With school systems across the country still working to recover from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, individuals serving on school boards will play an important role in supporting students, families, teachers, and staff. In Prince George’s County, we need to make sure we are electing leaders to our school board who will put our children first, ensuring their education remains our top priority.

That’s why I want you to know who I am supporting in the four races for the Board of Education. I believe that each of these individuals have the vision and character that we need in our Board Members, and will work hard every day to take our school system to even greater heights.

For Board of Education District 2, I’m supporting Jenni Pompi, a parent of two children in our school system who has been a community advocate for more than a decade.

For Board of Education District 3, I’m supporting Pamela Boozer-Strother for re-election, because she has been a strong, thoughtful, and collaborative leader for our children and families.

For Board of Education District 6, I’m supporting Branndon Jackson, who personally understands the struggles that many of our students face through his own background and has a strong grasp of budgets through his work as an economist.

For Board of Education District 9, I’m supporting Kent Roberson, a graduate of PGCPS with three children in the school system, who has been active in our community and currently serves as Chair of the County’s Democratic Central Committee.

I’m confident all of these individuals will do an excellent job serving our children, families, teachers, and staff on the Board of Education. In fact, they were all endorsed recently by the Washington Post.

Early voting is taking place Thursday, October 27 through Thursday, November 3, and Election Day is Tuesday, November 8. If you are voting by mail, drop off your voted ballot by 8:00 PM on Tuesday, November 8, in one of the County’s many convenient, secure drop boxes. Find polling locations and drop box locations on the Board of Elections website here.

Our children deserve the very best representation on the Board of Education. Our children deserve Board Members who will ensure their education remains the Board’s top priority. If you live in one of these four Board of Education districts, please join me in supporting these outstanding public servants. With their leadership, I know we will continue to go further together.

Yours in service,

Angela Alsobrooks


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