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eCommunity Affairs Presents Michael Jackson, PGC Co. Executive

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An exclusive interview with Mr. Michael Jackson is a candidate for County Executive in Prince George's County, Maryland can heard at on Parents and PGCPS: An EduSocial Network for the engaged parent and dedicated educator. Mr. Michael Jackson will appear on the eCommunity Affairs. The show will air on August 2, 2010. To join the conversation visit Parents and PGCPS Michael Jackson is currently serving his second consecutive four-year term as Sheriff of Prince George’s County.A former marine reservist, grounded in his religious faith as a life-long member of Mount Calvary Catholic Church, a leader who is determined to use his skills and executive leadership in service to the people, Michael Jackson, 45, is the man to take Prince George’s County from potential to abundant prosperity for all. Michael Jackson started life on a farm in Upper Marlboro, moved to Maryland Gardens as a youngster, went to Marlboro Elementary School, and then top-tested into rigorous, academically-recognized Crossland High School. At each stage of his career and motivated by purpose before self, he added to his educational credentials, graduating from The Johns Hopkins University with a Masters Degree in Management Science. Michael Jackson both possesses and demonstrates the management and leadership skills needed to serve Prince George’s County. Michael knows that great work is not a solo activity. And, change begins with the “Man in the Mirror.”With your vote, Michael Jackson will make a change in Prince George’s County so that it can be all that it can be. Michael resides in Brandywine, Maryland with his wife Kim, and they have one adult son, Aaron, and two grandchildren

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