RELEASE: Prince George’s County State’s Attorney Aisha Braveboy Endorses Wes Moore for Maryland Governor


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March 23, 2022

Prince George’s County State’s Attorney Aisha Braveboy Endorses Wes Moore for Maryland Governor

Top law enforcement officer of second-largest jurisdiction delivers key endorsement 

Moore’s unprecedented momentum continues

UPPER MARLBORO, Md. (March 23, 2022) – Prince George’s State’s Attorney Aisha Braveboy endorsed Wes Moore in the race for Governor today. The endorsement included a discussion on public safety between Moore, who recently released a comprehensive plan to create a safer Maryland, and the top law enforcement officer of Maryland’s second-largest jurisdiction. It was moderated by DJ EZ Street, and attended by dozens of supporters.

“I am proud to call State’s Attorney Braveboy a friend, and now I am proud to call her a partner in this grassroots coalition to build stronger and safer communities in Prince George’s County and in every corner of Maryland,” Wes Moore said. “Over her entire career as an attorney, a delegate, and the top law enforcement officer in Prince George’s County, she has proven herself a devoted champion for Maryland’s families. Together, we will build a state that leaves no one behind, where people feel safe in their communities, and families in Maryland have the support they need to have a fair shot to succeed.”

Braveboy was elected State’s Attorney of Prince George’s county in 2018. She also served two terms in the Maryland House of Delegates, representing District 25. 

“I believe that Wes Moore is not only the right candidate, but the best candidate to lead our state as the next governor. Wes has the experience, vision and drive. As the former CEO of one of the largest anti-poverty organizations in America, he demonstrates that he has the leadership skills and understanding to serve people. His roots in our state have given him a  great sense of the needs of our communities, and across the state as a whole,” Prince George’s County State’s Attorney Aisha Braveboy said. “We share the same vision for making Maryland better and safer by combating crime, reforming our criminal justice system, and renewing and rebuilding relationships with our communities and key stakeholders. Together, I am confident we will continue to build a better Maryland by ensuring inclusion on all levels, and making it clear that there is zero tolerance for discrimination in any sector. It is for these reasons that I throw my complete support behind this great candidate who is also a loving husband, father, and someone who I am pleased to call a friend.”

The endorsement bolsters the case that Moore and his running mate former Del. Aruna Miller represent the most viable ticket in the field and Democrats’ best chance at winning back the Governor’s office. The Moore-Miller campaign continues to set the pace in the race for Governor by leading the field with record breaking fundraising, growing their network of supporters to include over 5000 volunteers, and earning the endorsement of dynamic leaders from across Maryland. 

Moore recently opened his field office in Prince George’s County and is building a robust operation in the state, including high-profile endorsements across the county — including city councilmembers, mayors, and county-wide leaders.

State’s Attorney Braveboy joins Wes Moore and Aruna Miller’s rapidly growing coalition that includes endorsements from former Governor and former Prince George’s County Executive Parris Glendening; Prince George’s County Executive Angela Alsobrooks; Anne Arundel County Executive Steuart Pittman; Former Baltimore County Executive Don Mohler; Former Baltimore County Executive Jim Smith; Sen. Antonio Hayes (District 40); Sen. Cheryl Kagan (District 17); Sen. Delores Kelley (District 10); Sen. Obie Patterson (District 26); Former Sen. Nathaniel McFadden (District 45); Del. Marlon Amprey (District 40); Del. Ben Barnes (District 21); Del. Kumar Barve (District 17); Del. Lisa Belcastro (District 11); Del. Regina Boyce (District 43); Del. Chanel Branch (District 45); Del. Frank Conaway, Jr. (District 40); Del. Terri Hill (District 12); Del. Anne Kaiser (District 14); Del. Mike Rogers (District 32); Del. and Baltimore City Delegation Chair Stephanie Smith (District 45); Del. Melissa Wells (District 40); Del. Nicole Williams (District 22); Former Del. Gene Counihan (District 15); Bowie Mayor Pro Tem & Councilmember Adrian Boafo; Baltimore City Councilmember John Bullock (District 9); Morningside Mayor Bennard Cann; Baltimore City Councilmember Zeke Cohen (District 1); Baltimore City Councilmember Mark Conway (District 4); Baltimore City Councilmember Eric Costello (District 11); Bowie City Councilmember Michael Esteve (District 11); Montgomery County Councilmember Will Jawando (At Large); Baltimore County Council Chair and Councilmember Julian Jones (District 4); Former Gaithersburg Councilmember Yvette Monroe; Baltimore City Councilmember Phylicia Porter (District 10); Baltimore City Councilmember Odette Ramos (District 14); Somerset Mayor Jeffrey Slavin; Riverdale Park Councilmember Richard Smith (Ward 1); Laurel Councilmember Brencis Smith (Ward 2); Baltimore City Councilmember Robert Stokes (District 12); Baltimore City Councilmember James Torrence (District 7); Forest Heights Mayor Calvin Washington; former Maryland Democratic Party chairs Michael Cryor and Susie Turnbull; Former Chair of Montgomery Planning Board Royce Hanson; The Baltimore Fire Officers Union Local 964; Collective PAC, one of the nation’s largest organizations working to build Black representation in government; Impact, a leading national organization supporting the Indian American and South Asian community; and VoteVetsPAC, one of the top veterans advocacy organizations in the country.