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Let's Talk Live Presents: Brian Woolfolk, Candidate for Md. Senate, District 26

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Brian Woolfolk is an accomplished attorney and policy advocate.  Brian has over 20 years of experience successfully designing and implementing policy goals at the local, state and federal levels of government. Brian's active involvement in Prince Georges County began during his undergraduate studies at the University of Maryland.  While a student at Maryland, Brian was recruited to join the 1992 Project Vote Campaign.  This Labor sponsored campaign registered over 30,000 voters in Prince Georges County Maryland.  Maryland's 1992 Project Vote campaign is widely credited with ushering in a new era of political empowerment in Prince Georges County.
 
As a father of two young children and the descendent of two generations of public school teachers, Brian is intimately aware of the challenges we face in our school system.  He has been a vocal advocate of efforts to reform the Prince Georges County Public School System. Brian is a former Democratic Counsel to the United States House of Representatives Committee on the Judiciary.  In this capacity, Brian was responsible for advising Members of Congress on constitutional, criminal justice, and investigative issues.  Prior to joining the Committee staff, Brian worked as a Senior Legislative Aide to Congressman Bobby Scott (D-VA). After leaving the Hill, Brian co-founded a well regarded boutique lobbying firm.  Starting and running a business is an experience Brian will always appreciate.   He is well aware of the triumphs and challenges endured by our small businesses and believes we must do more to support our entrepreneurs. Join us in welcoming Brian to Let's Talk Live

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