PG County Executive
Angela D. Alsobrooks (incumbent)
Angela is a proud, lifelong Prince Georgian and Marylander. She graduated with her B.A. in Public Policy from Duke University and her J.D. from the University of Maryland School of Law. Angela is a member of the First Baptist Church of Glenarden and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., and is involved in the effort to raise breast cancer awareness in her community. In 2010, Angela was elected to serve as State’s Attorney for Prince George’s County, becoming the youngest and first woman to be elected to the office in the County. In 2018, Angela was elected as the 8th County Executive for Prince George’s County, the first woman to hold the position. Angela is also the first Black woman elected to the position of County Executive in Maryland’s history.
Billy W. Bridges
I have been a resident of Prince George’s County since 1994. I was born and raised in the State of Mississippi, during the height of the Civil Rights Movement and Racial Segregation. I served in the United States Air Force in San Antonio, Texas where my training included Accounting and Finance, Auditing, and Law Enforcement. I receivedan academic scholarship to Mississippi Valley State University, a small Historically Black College and University (HBCU). I earned my B.A. in Political Science in 1986, with honor. Following a short stint with the U.S. Department of State Bureau of Consular Affairs, I accepted a position with the Prince George’s County Public Schools, where I have worked as a paraprofessional educator, classroom teacher, administrator, and IT Specialist. I have been an active employee for over 24 years.
Sherman R. Hardy
Sherman Hardy, an American Veteran of the Air Force, received his degree in Emergency and Disaster Management and began working at FEMA HQ as an Emergency Manager where he trained to command large-scale complex incidents, Emergency Operation Centers and Area Commands. At FEMA he developed guidance tools that helped communities handle their preparedness challenges and also how to implement incident management systems. At FEMA he also managed NIMS, a guide for all levels of government, NGOs and private sector on how to work together, how to prevent, respond, recover and mitigate incidents. Sherman has worked in procurement and budget departments in the federal government and also many years of law enforcement experience
She is an entrepreneur, community activist, and child advocate. Tonya is the managing member of Sweatism Consulting LLC, providing consulting and legal services in federal consumer protection, financial literacy, employment law, and organizational and leadership development. Tonya is currently the vice president and life member of the South County Economic Development Association, Inc. She is a former board member and consultant to the Coalition for Public Safety Training in Schools, Inc. Tonya was the president of the PTSA of the Oxon Hill Clippers, Inc. and served as the vice president for advocacy of the Maryland PTA. Tonya also served on several committees at the Maryland State Department of Education. She is a life member of Alpha Kappa Alpha, Sorority, Inc. in addition to several academic and professional organizations, societies, and associations.
Congressional District 4, Representative in Congress
Angela M. Angel
Angela Angel was born in South Bend, Indiana. She earned a bachelor's degree in political science from Hampton University and a law degree from the Benjamin Cardozo School of Law at Yeshiva University. Angel's career experience includes working as an attorney.
James Levi Curtis
I started my political career here in Suitland as a member of the Civic Association at the age of 16. I had first-hand experience in seeing a community come together to solve problems. This showed me that the community and elected officials could work together. That is why I am running to bring some much-needed economic relief to the district but also be a great example. I want to inspire our district from the youth to the elders that finally someone is running who cares about them and not special interests.
Donna F. Edwards
Congresswoman Donna Edwards grew up in a military family, graduating from Thomas Stone High School in Charles County, Maryland. She earned her B.A. degree in English and Spanish from Wake Forest University in 1980, and received her J.D. degree in 1989 from the University of New Hampshire School of Law. For nearly 40 years, Donna has made her home in the Oxon Hill-Fort Washington area where she raised her son. In 2008, Donna became the first Black woman elected to represent Maryland in Congress.
Matthew F. Fogg
Matthew Fogg is a Washington, D.C. area life long resident.
Matthew attended Marshal University in Huntington, West Virginia and was involved in many activities to include the campus sports, television, newspaper and president of a campus organization and a political spokesman. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice Administration in 1976. Matthew worked as an electrician in his summer months during his college years and remained in that field until his employment with the United States Marshal Service. His career and duty station as a Deputy U.S. Marshal began in the District of Columbia. His outstanding accomplishments, superior performance and accolades are numerous to say the least and are well documented by the U.S. Marshal Service and the U.S. Justice Department.
His record reflects outstanding recognition for direct involvement in major Law Enforcement Trials, Fugitive Arrests and Operations
Glenn F. Ivey
Glenn Ivey has served on Capitol Hill as chief counsel to the Senate Majority Leader, as counsel to Senator Paul Sarbanes during the Whitewater investigations, majority counsel to the Senate Banking Committee, and on the staff of Rep. John Conyers (D-MI). He also worked for U.S. Attorney Eric Holder as an assistant U. S. attorney, and as chair of Maryland’s Public Service Commission. He is ready to get things done in Washington. He served on County Executive Angela Alsobrooks’ Police Reform Taskforce in 2020 as chair of the committee that examined the police department’s internal policies.
Dr. Loeb built the first website at every level from the White House to the City of Cambridge while pursuing his MIT PhD in cognitive & computational neuroscience. He subsequently served as the analytics lead for a winning Presidential campaign. As a political appointee in the DoD, Dr. Loeb established the operational test requirements for the DoD and VA's integrated electronic health records system. Dr Loeb currently assists state and federal agencies implement AI and machine learning.
Mission and Purpose is to enlighten and educate my fellow citizens to the dangers of not holding our Executive, Legislative, and Judicial branches of government accountable to our Constitution, which is the rule of law. Oaths of Office are required of each public servant and act as a contract of their employment / civic obligation / and duty as guardians of our Constitutution.