Two state delegates said to be running for Pr. George's County Executive
One female Maryland State delegate has decided to join the growing list of candidates for Prince George's County Executive, and another is rumored to be throwing her hat in the ring as well.
Levi confirmed yesterday that she plans to run for the seat, to be vacated by County Executive Jack B. Johnson (D).
"The reason I'm getting in the race is because I believe the next county executive should have a vision for the economic future of the county," Levi said. "I think we need to be advanced, innovation-oriented and job-creating, and I believe I have the steps that will get us there."
Braveboy did not rule out the bid, but said her mind is not yet made up.
"I'm looking at all of my options at this time," Braveboy said. "I have not officially announced running for any race."
Several sources in the county--one of whom said they spoke with Braveboy directly--said she had decided to run. The sources spoke on the condition of anonymity because Braveboy has not yet officially announced.
November 2, 2009; 3:52 PM ET
Categories: 2010 Elections , Jonathan Mummolo , Prince George's County
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