Delegate Levi, working with the Metro Washington Building & Construction Trades Council, provided Prince George's youth with summer jobs in construction.
Delegate Levi's Advanced Math Project Wins $1.1 Million Grant
Delegate Levi, in partnership with the Maryland Center at Bowie State University and 13 community partners, won a federal grant to hire 23 teachers to provide free summer math camps for 400 students in Bowie, Lanham, Capitol Heights & District Heights.
Delegate Levi's Mission Improve Education Across the Region
Delegate Levi convened over 20 key stakeholders from across the region to spearhead a campaign to reduce public school suspensions, reduce absenteeism/truancy, and increase out-of-school learning time.
The Collective Banking Group honored Delegate Gerron Levi with their 2009 Public Servant Award
CBG, (also known as The Collective Empowerment Group) with more than 150 member churches in and around Prince George's County, focuses on economic empowerment.
Delegate Levi Named Legislator of the Year
Gerron Levi received the 2010 Legislator of the Year award from the Maryland State's Attorneys Association.
Delegate Levi’s Maryland Gang Prosecution Act of 2010
Levi’s gang law has been used to prosecute violent and murderous members of the MS-13 gang in Prince George’s County and the Black Guerilla Family in Baltimore City.
Levi featured in HBO Documentary, How Democracy Works Now
The movie includes 12 stories about federal immigration reform and features the late U.S. Senator Ted Kennedy.
Delegate Levi Discusses Veteran's Issues
Delegate Gerron Levi discusses veteran's issues on the Veteran's Forum hosted by Prince George's veterans Bob West, Ray Chatary and Jerry Devlin.
District 6 needs a fixer!
I am concerned about the financial health of District 6 households and families. Too many households have not recovered, are just maintaining or are worse off since the last recession.
Countywide, households have lost income, poverty has risen and far more households are having to rely on food stamps and other supports to make ends meet. Many homeowners across District 6 and the county are upside-down, have lost all their equity or are walking away with debt. Task #1 is for District 6 and the county to catch up with the rest of the region in restoring market value for homeowners. Solving the problems around homebuyer financing is a big part of the solution. We need to get to work on fixing it!
In Annapolis, Gerron Levi tackled the real issues that needed fixing – from truancy, teacher turnover, summer jobs and after school programs to ex-offender reentry and gang prosecutions. She brought new ideas to the table and built new public-private partnerships, focused on creating real-world solutions with measurable results.
District 6 needs a leader who is focused like a laser on fixing problems! Gerron Levi is ready to open her toolbox of ideas, to push data-driven solutions, and to build the type of public-private partnerships needed to get things done. The housing market is at the top of the list, where Prince George’s lags the region in recovering market value for homeowners. From Mitchellville to Upper Marlboro to District Heights, recovery in housing is linked to a recovery in the financial health of households — we need a fixer to get to work on it!
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