2019 Candidates

  Delegates  

District 2:

Jennifer Carrol Foy is a member of the Virginia House of Delegates, representing its 2nd District. Foy was born in Petersburg, Virginia in 1981. She attended Petersburg highschool and received her bachelor’s degree from Virginia State University and her J.D from the Thomas Jefferson School of Law. Since her election in 2017, Jennifer Carrol Foy has passed a state budget that expanded Medicaid to 400,000 Virginians, passed a budget that includes a 3% salary increase for teachers and a 2% salary increase for law enforcement officers. Additionally, Foy has proposed and passed legislation regarding the accessibility for students to participate in Technical Education classes and has made it easier for foster parents to adopt their foster children. Currently, Jennifer Carrol Foy is fighting to improve Virginia’s transportation by expanding the Metro Blue Rail to Prince William County, improve and protect the state’s water from coal ash contamination by removing ash to make materials like concrete, and she is working to ensure that veterans have the necessary resources to fully participate in Virginia’s economy after returning from service. 

 

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District 13:

Danica Roem is a member of the Virginia House of Delegates, representing its 13th District. She is the first openly Transgender person to be elected into State Legislature in the U.S. history. Danica was born in Manassas, Virginia and graduated from Paul VI High School. She received a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism from St. Bonaventure University. Danica’s professional experience includes working as a journalist and a news editor. Her number one mission is to craft public policies from the concerns and ideas of district members. Currently, Danica’s platform consists of three key issues such as: transportation, economic development, and education.

 

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District 31: 

Elizabeth Guzman is a member of the Virginia House of Delegates, representing its 31st District. Elizabeth has been a member and longtime resident of Prince William County for over 15 years. She received her associate degree in Office Administration and Management from Northern Virginia Community College, a Bachelor’s Degree in Public Safety from Capella University, and a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from American University, and a Master’s in Social Work from the University of Southern California. In 2017, Elizabeth Guzman was the first Hispanic female immigrant to join Virginia’s General Assembly. Since then, she has served and represented Virginia’s 31st District by improving its education, healthcare, environment, economy, immigration, and more. Elizabeth Guzman currently works as the Division Chief of Administrative Services for the Center for Adult Services for the City of Alexandria. Elizabeth is dedicated to fighting as a strong advocate for the needs of the 31st District and its residents. 

 

 

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District 40: 

Dan Helmer is a candidate seeking election to the Virginia House of Delegates to represent its 40th District. He is a combat veteran, business strategist, a Rhodes Scholar, and a family man. Dan served in the United States Army and attended the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. He has served in Afghanistan, Iraq, South Korea, in numerous domestic postings, and finally leading to his post in Virginia. In the private sector, Dan was a business strategist who advised American business and U.S. government agencies with their most complex problems. His mission is to prioritize issues such as education, health care, creating a stronger and fairer Virginia, the environment, and transportation and infrastructure. 

 

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District 50:

Lee Carter is a member of the Virginia House of Delegates, representing its 50th District. This district includes the City of Manassas and part of Prince William County. Carters professional experience includes working in Information Technology and serving in the United States Marine Corps. Throughout his career, Carter’s main focus was to help others in various ways - whether that was in his service in the Marine Corps, helping provide cancer patients with consistent care by maintaining biomedical radiation therapy equipment, or assisting small local businesses with IT support. Since taking office, Carter has been an outspoken advocate for worker’s rights. He continuously seeks to decrease the corporate influence in Virginia and to increase organized labor power. Currently, Lee Carter is also focused on issues regarding healthcare, women’s rights, education, criminal justice reform, transportation, affordable housing, environment, voting, and LGBTQ equality. 

 

Connect with Delegate Lee Carter: Lee@CarterForVirginia.com

Twitter: @CarterforVA / https://twitter.com/carterforva

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

District 51:

Hala Ayala has been a member of the Prince William County community for over 35 years. Hala was elected as Delegate in 2017 and has given the 51st House District of Virginia a new voice. Before her election, Hala Ayala worked as a cybersecurity specialist with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. For over 17 years, she has worked to protect our nation’s information systems, enforce security measures, and prevent attacks. Hala has also founded and served as president of the Prince William County’s chapter of the National Organization for Women. She’s seen as a champion for women’s rights in Virginia since she continuously fights for equal pay and opportunities for women. Since her election, Hala Ayala has been an advocate for working families. As a single mother, Hala Ayala has experienced and faced the challenges regarding working families. As a result, Hala has fought for raising minimum wage, equal pay, and affordable access to health care.  

 

 

Connect with Delegate Hala Ayala:

Twitter: @HalaAyala / https://twitter.com/halaayala

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

District 52: 

Luke Torian is a member of the Virginia House of Delegates, representing its 52nd District. Delegate Torian was elected in 2009 and has served approximately 99,000 citizens in Prince William County. As a community leader in Prince Williams County, Luke has played a major in several organizations such as Action in Community Through Service (ACTS), which is designed to alleviate hunger, homelesness, and domestic violence in the community. He is also one of the founders of Virginians Organized for Interfaith Community Engagement (VOICE), an organization dedicated to making change on social justice issues. For the last 23 years, Delegate Torian has also served as the Pastor of First Mount Zion Baptist Church in Dumfries, Virginia. 

 

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District 87:

Suhas Subramanyam is a candidate seeking election to the Virginia House of Delegates, to represent its 87th District. He has dedicated his life to serving his community and solving some of our country’s biggest challenges. While attending Tulane University in New Orleans, Hurricane Katrina hit the city. Suhas’s community service work in the aftermath of the storm propelled him into a life of community service. Suhas has since worked tirelessly to improve the health and prosperity of all Virginians and Americans. He served on Capitol Hill as a health care and veterans policy aide, where he worked to expand and improve health care access to millions of Americans and drafted legislation to increase job opportunities and funding for veterans. Suhas is a proud resident of Loudoun County and has always maintained his commitment to serving the community. He serves as a volunteer firefighter in Loudoun County, and he is an active member of the Rotary Club of Ashburn. He is dedicated to solving issues such as education and job training, traffic and infrastructure, healthcare, justice and safety, equality, the environment, and broken and divided politics. Suhas is ready to pass along the values that his family continues to hold today: serve your community, succeed with hard work, and empower those without a voice. 

 

Connect with Candidate Suhas Subramanyam: 

Instagram: @SuhasforVA / https://www.instagram.com/suhasforva/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
  Senators  

13th District:

John Bell is a candidate seeking election to the Virginia State Senate, to represent its 13th District.  Bell is a retired member of the United States Air Force, he served almost 26 years before retiring as a Major in 2007. While serving full time in the Air Force, John Bell received his Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Regis University. In addition to his Bachelor’s degree, Bell also has an MBA and a Masters in Organizational Development from the George Washington University. John now leads a team of financial professionals in the private sector and assists government clients to identify inefficiencies and implement cost-saving solutions. 

 

Connect with Candidate John Bell: 

Facebook: @JohnBellforVirginia / https://www.facebook.com/johnbellforvirginia/

 

 

 

 

 

 

28th District:

 

Qasim Rashid is a candidate seeking election to the Virginia State Senate, to represent its 28th District. Qasim earned his law degree from the University of Richmond School of Law and has a long history of serving diverse communities in Virginia. Qasim strongly believes in service, leadership, and compassion. He channels his passion to serve the marginalized by working with national and international non-profit organizations that advance women’s rights, improve water, food, shelter, healthcare, and education access for children living in poverty. Qasim also works as a consultant to help organizations, small businesses, and non-profits improve their corporate strategies, messaging, and innovation. Qasim aspires for a campaign built on transparency and trust. He plans to flip the 28th District and make Virginia an even better place to call home. 

 

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29th District:

Jeremy McPike is a member of the Virginia State Senate, representing its 29th District.  He has lived in Prince William County, Virginia for the past 40 years. Jeremy McPike attended George Mason University, where he received his Bachelor’s and Master’s of Public Administration degrees. For the last 20 years, Jeremy has served as a volunteer firefighter and EMT with the Dale City Volunteer Fire Department. He has also worked for the City of Alexandria for the past 15 years, serving as the Director of General Services. Jeremey has also established programs and SNAP/EBT at local Farmers’ Markets so healthy foods can be more accessible to those in need, built new public-private partnerships for the city, and has set up sustainable green building policies for Alexandria. As a senator, Jeremy McPike is dedicated to solving 29th District issues such as its traffic crisis, reforming SOL testing and investing into schools, reducing gun violence, creating jobs, expanding access to quality healthcare, and promoting government transparency. 

 

 

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36th District:

Scott Surovell is a member of the Virginia State Senate, to represent its 36th District.  He was elected as a State Senator in November 2015 and represents Fairfax, Prince William and Stafford Counties and the Towns of Occoquan, Dumfries, and Quantico. Scott graduated magna cum laude from James Madison University in 1993, where he received a B.A. with a Major in Political Science and a Minor in American Studies. He also received a law degree from the University of Virginia School of Law and was Executive Editor of the Virginia Journal of Environmental Law. Scott is a co-founding partner and owner of Surovell Isaacs & Levy PLC, an 18-attorney law firm in Fairfax dedicated to helping Northern Virginia’s people and small businesses solve their legal problems. His areas of practice include family law, personal injury, criminal defense, small business litigation and consumer matters. He currently serves on General Laws and Technology, Local Government, and Rehabilitation and Social Services and is the Senate Democratic Whip. Senator Surovell believes we need to adopt a healthy, clean energy environment, support Virginia’s seniors, provide quality affordable healthcare, support strong schools, invest in criminal justice enforcement, and control spending through innovation. 

 

Connect with Senator Scott Surovell:

Instagram: @SSurovell / https://www.instagram.com/ssurovell/

 

 

39th District: 

George Barker is a member of the Virginia State Senate, to represent its 39th District. Since moving to Virginia 40 years ago, Senator Barker has been involved with a wide variety of local issues and has been an active member of a number of civic and community organizations. With a background in healthcare management and policy, Senator Barker has worked tirelessly to address the rising costs of quality healthcare for Virginia families. Since being elected in 2007, he has established a reputation as bipartisan leader who knows how to get things done. From fixing transportation and improving our education system, to creating an environment that is good for businesses and job growth, Senator Barker is committed to working together to find common sense solutions that will benefit Virginians in his district and across the Commonwealth. 

 

For more information, please email: district39@senate.virginia.gov

 

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  Supervisors & School Boad  

Ann Wheeler (Chair):

Ann Wheeler is running for the position of Chairwoman of the Prince William County Board of Supervisors. Since moving to Haymarket, Virginia in 2001, Ann has continuously served the public and Prince William County. Ann Wheeler has spent the past fourteen years, as a NOVEC Board Member and the last two years on the Hylton Performing Arts Center Board. Recently, Ann has completed a two year term as president of the Prince William Committee of 100, a non-partisan civic organization that provides public forums to bring awareness to a range of county issues. During her years as Chair of the Prince William County Board of Social Services, Ann became familiar with operations of the county and its budgeting processes. Since attending the Prince William County Community Leadership Institute in Fall 2004, Ann has participated in various community and civic boards. Over the last 17 years, Ann Wheeler has been able to gain a clear perspective on which opportunities are needed in order to grow and better the citizens of Prince William County. 

 

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Maggie Hansford (Brentsville Supervisor) 

Maggie is running for Brentsville Supervisor. She grew up in a family with a strong tradition of public service. Her father served for over thirty years in the federal prison system, retiring as a federal prison warden. Maggie, her two siblings, and all of their spouses, have all gone into public service careers. 

Maggie served as a speech pathologist in a hospital in Chicago before moving to Prince William County ten years ago. For the last eight years, she’s been serving Brentsville families as a speech therapist in Prince William County public schools.

Maggie and her husband have volunteered in the Brentsville community while raising their three sons. Maggie has been a consistent voice for increasings funding for our public servants. She is passionate about public servants having a strong voice in our community. She has organized town halls and written op-eds that engaged the community in the welfare of our county. As the Vice President of her neighborhood homeowners’ association, Maggie has promoted additional family-friendly planning and decreasing wasteful spending. Additionally, she worked to successfully overturn rules that restricted play equipment, while pushing to add and improve playgrounds and updating the community’s clubhouse; all of which improved the overall home values within the neighborhood.

 

As a community leader, Maggie has developed strong relationships built on trust and respect with her neighbors, colleagues, and parents because she leads by inclusion and creates a sense of community.

 

Connect with Candidate Maggie Hansford at:

-Website: http://maggiehansford.com/about/ 

-Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Maggie4PWC/ 

-Twitter: https://twitter.com/hansfordmaggie?lang=en 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Adele Jackson (Brentsville School Board)

Adele earned her Master’s Degree in Special Education with a certificate in Special Education Leadership. During her 14 year career as a special education teacher in both Fairfax and Prince William County (PWC), she gained extensive experience in the inner workings of our public school system. As a social worker, Adele has also gained valuable experience supporting children and families. In June 2019, Adele resigned from her position as a special education teacher with Prince William County Schools (PWCS) to devote herself to the Brentsville School Board.

 

Adele has first-hand knowledge of the challenges facing PWC students, teachers, and staff.. At the top of her priorities for PWCS is to recruit, train, compensate, and retain top-notch educators by fully funding our schools and using our resources equitably. As an advocate, Adele’s mission is to ensure that PWCS meets and exceeds the needs of all students. As a collaborator, Adele is ready to work with community leaders on the PWC School Board and Board of County Supervisors. As a natural problem-solver, she views these challenges as opportunities to improve our schools for all stakeholders in the region

 

Adele looks forward to gathering input from our community as she steps out of the classroom and into the role of school board candidate. She has the experience, dedication, and compassion to be an effective advocate for all students, teachers, staff, and families in PWC. Adele looks forward to hearing from you, learning what is important to you, and sharing her vision for PWCS. 

 

 

Connect with Candidate Jackson at:

-Website: https://www.adeleforschoolboard.com/index.html

-Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/adeleforschoolboard/ 

-Twitter: https://twitter.com/Adele4SchoolBrd

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Raheel Sheikh (Coles Supervisor)

Raheel Sheikh has lived, worked, and played in the Coles District of Prince William County (PWC) for sixteen years with his wife and three children; all of whom were raised in PWC, and attended PWC public schools. Prince William County has provided tremendous opportunities and experiences for Raheel, his family, and his businesses. Now he wants to give back to his community.

 

As a parent, Raheel has witnessed the inequities in the county school as his children have had classes in unsafe trailers. As a resident and commuter, he has personally experienced the effects of our growing traffic issues. As a business owner he understands how difficult starting a business within the county can be and is concerned about the reluctance of other businesses to come to PWC, especially with so many vacant properties. This lack of local investment has led to tax revenue shortages that have fallen onto us, the county residents, in the form of higher property and personal property taxes.

 

Raheel plans to work with both State and Federal Legislators to re-design our business environment by moving major federal programs outside the beltway and relocate them in Prince William County, emphasize technology to allow people to work anywhere instead of driving to a fixed location to work on a computer, and educate businesses of the cost savings and advantages of implementing flexible work schedules and locations.

 

Connect with Candiage Raheel Sheikh at:

-Website: https://www.raheel4supervisor.com/meet-raheel

-Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Raheel4Supervisor/ 

-Twitter: https://twitter.com/raheelsheikhva 

 
 

Lisa Zargarpur (Coles School Board)

Lisa Zargarpur grew up in Prince William County’s Coles District and attended Coles Elementary, Parkside Middle, and graduated from Osbourn Park High School. She and her husband have 3 daughters who have attended PWC schools as well. The Zargarpur family has always supported public schools in whatever way possible: volunteering in the classroom, fundraising, joining the PTO, and participating in school events.

 

Lisa completed a Master’s Degree in Education at the University of Mary Washington taking coursework in special education and gifted education as well as specialized classes in music education, where she learned to prepare her students for 21st century education.

 

Lisa has taught for the past 8 years as a general music specialist in Fairfax County Public Schools for children in pre-K through 6th grade (all ages and stages); teaching children with enhanced Autism, gifted children, and typical learners. She works hard to build an inclusive and culturally responsive community in her classroom and school. She serves as Equity Lead in her school and mentors new teachers in the county. As a member of the Fairfax Education Association, she has been active in advocating for better working conditions, both locally and at the state level, to retain our teachers. Specifically, she has worked to reduce teacher work-load,  streamline the facilitation of training and support for staff, promote equity in scheduling, and higher quality curriculum. Lisa has stood alongside PWCS educators during school board meetings, speaking with local elected officials, and reaching out to state senators and delegates who can help PWC with funding issues from the state.

 

Connect with Candidate Lisa at: 

-Website: https://lisazargarpur.com/

-Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LisaforColes/

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Victor Angry (Neabsco Supervisor)

 

Victor S. Angry is set to make history to be the first African-American on the Prince William County Board of Supervisors. Due to the passing of Supervisor John Jenkins, who held the seat for over three decades, the Neabsco District Supervisor seat is currently vacant.

 

Serving his country for over twenty-three years in active duty, Victor S. Angry holds the title as the first African-American Command Sergeant Major of the entire Army National Guard.

 

Now retired, he continues to work in public service as a Dale City Volunteer Firefighter, motivational speaker, leadership development instructor, Democrat volunteer, and hopeful County Supervisor of Neabsco District.

 

 Victor and his wife have raised their children here in Dale City, and his children have attended Prince William County public schools.

 

 

Connect with Candidate Victor at:

-Website: https://www.angryforsupervisor.com/home/ 

-Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/angryforsupervisor/

-Twitter: https://twitter.com/Angry4Super

-Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/angryforsupervisor/

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Diane Raulston (Neabsco School Board)

Diane Raulston is a sitting member of the PWC School board. In 2007, she moved to Dale City, Virginia and obtained membership in many local and civic organizations. She is a former member of the Bel Air Women's Club, an active member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1503, a lifetime member of the Dale City Civic Association, and volunteer with the Prince William County Lassie League. 

 

On a county level, Diane was appointed to serve two terms as chair of the Neabsco Budget Committee at the pleasure of my late friend, the Honorable John D. Jenkins, Board of County Supervisors. She is a former member of the Prince William County Disability Services Board, and the Discover Prince William & Manassas Convention and Visitors Bureau. 

 

Diane received Congressional Recognition of Volunteerism from Congressman Gerald Connolly in 2013 and 2014 and from U.S. Senator Mark Warner in 2014. She currently sits on the Board of directors of the Prince William County Boys and Girls Club. Diane is currently a sitting member of the PWC School Board, representing the Neabsco District and looks forward to another great four years representing the district.

 

Connect with Board Member Diane at:

-Website: http://neabscopwc.com/index.html

-Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/friendsforDianeRaulston

-Twitter: https://twitter.com/diane4neabsco

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kenny Boddye (Occoquan Supervisor) 

 

Meet Kenny – he’s a grassroots activist, community organizer, and an advocate for healthcare, criminal justice reform, education and combating homelessness. He comes from a low income background, but managed to attend and graduate from Georgetown University, going onto have a successful career in community association insurance. Upon moving back to the region, he discovered that he was the descendant of African slaves brought to Virginia over 200 hundred years ago.

 

Now he wants to use his advocacy and experience to bring a fresh perspective to our county board.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lillie Jessie (Occoquan School Board)

Mrs. Lillie G. Jessie has devoted 35 years of service to the Prince William County Schools (PWCS) education community. During her tenure at PWCS, she taught at Muriel Humphrey (Developmental) School for Children; and Bel Air and Neabsco Elementary Schools. She served as assistant principal at Potomac View and Bennett Elementary. She was Supervisor of the Title I of the Improving Academic Achievement for 10 years. She retired as Principal of Elizabeth Vaughan Elementary, and is now a national education consultant and CEO/President of High Expectations Learning Institute. Mrs. Jessie shared her passion for learning during her 20-year tenure at Vaughan. The school, under her leadership, became a national Model Professional Learning Community (PLC) School. Educators throughout the United States visited the school to see this program in action. Her work has been acclaimed on local and national levels. She is a student of education research; therefore, an advocate of using strategies in classrooms that have been found to work by the scientific and teacher communities. Her work has been instrumental in helping to establish Prince William County Schools as one of the highest acclaimed districts in Northern Virginia. 

 

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Andrea Bailey (Potomac Supervisor)

Andrea Bailey is the Democratic Party candidate for the Prince William County supervisor seat representing the Potomac District. Bailey is an activist and advocate for the people. As the Northern Virginia Director for Voter Registration for the League of Conservation Voters, she partnered with community stakeholders in support of voter registration. She seeks to bring awareness and attention to current community issues by engaging in nonpartisan dialogue with elected officials. As a board member of the Prince William County Committee of 100, Andrea has worked on environmental issues, conducted voter registration drives, and led local efforts to end school bullying and address opioid addiction. Andrea strongly advocates for better social services and quality assistance at the county level so that the disadvantaged, mentally ill, physically handicapped and families with special needs children will be appropriately served. 

 

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Justin Wilk (Potomac School Board)

Justin Wilk grew up in the suburbs of Detriot, Michigan. He moved to Prince William County, Virginia twelve years ago to begin a teaching career at Woodbridge Middle School. He earned his Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership from the University of Virginia, in which he piloted the same gender boy’s program at Woodbridge Middle, was the assistant football coach and head boy’s track coach at Woodbridge Middle, and saw his students consistently score in top the percentile on SOL tests. In 2015, Justin was elected to the Prince William County School Board representing the Potomac district. While on the board, Justin has focused on teacher compensation, reducing class sizes, and supporting the special education program. In the last three years, he helped remove the previous thirty minute contract extension, provided teachers with their first back-to-back step increase since the recession, and expanded pre-K to over one hundred additional seats in the Potomac district. Justin worked with the board to accelerate the building of new schools as well as the renovations of current schools, to dramatically decrease the number of trailers used in the Potomac district. 

 

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Margaret Franklin (Woodbridge Supervisor)

Margaret Angela Franklin is running for the Prince William County Board of County Supervisors for the Woodbridge District. If elected, Margaret plans on being the advocate that finally addresses local issues. Through her experience in public policy, Margaret understands how to solve issues facing voters including bringing resources to help create jobs in underserved or underdeveloped communities. Further, her involvement in working with underserved youth, Margaret understands the challenges impacting the education system and why it’s important to give our school system the resources they need to adequately educate our children. Lastly as both a commuter and a board member for our local transportation system, Margaret also understands the challenges riders and transit workers face when commuting and servicing commuters. That is why if elected to the Board of County Supervisors, Margaret will make the issues impacting Woodbridge residents her top priority. This means focusing on four main areas: economic development and job creation throughout the Woodbridge corridor; providing safe and affordable housing to all residents; improving the efficiency of our local transportation system; and finally reducing overcrowding within of our schools. 

 

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Loree Williams (Woodbridge School Board)

Ms. Loree Williams has been a Prince William County resident for over 30 years. As the married mother of two young boys, Ms. Williams has a long term committed interest in the school system. She will work hard to support our teachers, students and families.

 

Mrs. Williams is serving her first full term and had previously served for two years after wining in a special election vote. In addition to serving on the School Board, she also serves as Chairman of the Governors School at Innovation Park and as a School Board representative on the Joint CIP Committee for Prince William County.  She formerly served on the Prince William County Schools Gifted Advisory board. She is a former PTA president and PTSO member. She has spent many hours volunteering in Prince William County Schools. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 

Prince William County Sheriff:

Josh King 

Joshua King is an Iraq Army Veteran, a law enforcement officer, an advocate for people with special needs and a union leader. While employed as a Deputy Sheriff, he joined the Fairfax County Deputy Sheriff Peer support team as the training coordinator. He supported fellow coworker veterans by helping them apply for disability compensation, entitlements and educational benefits which resulted in many of them receiving compensation and graduating.

In 2015, he continued his service when he ran for the Virginia House of Delegates, and fell short by 125 votes.  He ran on education, transportation, Medicaid expansion, women’s rights and economic development. He ran again in 2017 and lost by 12 votes in a primary. Today he continues his service by helping other candidates run for office as he prepares to run again in 2019 for the Sheriff of Prince William County. 

 

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Commonwealth’s Attorney:

Amy Ashworth

Amy Ashworth is a former prosecutor running as the Democratic nominee for Commonwealth’s Attorney. Amy received her Juris Doctorate degree from George Mason University and a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from James Madison. Over the last 23 years, Amy has been a practicing attorney in Prince William County. She has also spent 19 years as a prosecutor representing the citizens of the City of Manassas Park and the Town of Haymarket. Amy was also an Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney for Prince William County. During this time, she was in the Special Victims Unit prosecuting violent offenders who preyed upon the most vulnerable and innocent victims. Before joining the Office of Commonwealth’s Attorney in 2005, Amy was in private practice in Manassas, Virginia, for ten years handling cases in the fields of domestic relations, criminal defense, and juvenile law. As the Commonwealth’s Attorney, Amy’s mission will be to protect and safeguard the community through the prevention and determent of crime. 

 

For more information, please email: info@voteashworth.com

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