David Sloan, Jr. is a proven advocate who has dedicated his professional life to bringing people together to advocate on behalf of the issues that matter to our county: jobs, opportunity, high quality education, affordable health care, and stronger, safer communities.
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David Sloan, Jr. is a proven advocate and organizer who has spent his life bringing people together to fight for the issues that matter to our county: economic opportunity, high-quality education, affordable health care, and stronger, safer communities. A lifelong resident of Prince George’s County and proud alumnus of the Prince George’s County School System, he is seeking the delegacy because he wants to connect residents to their government so it truly represents their views.
David has a long history of fighting for our most vulnerable neighbors. Most recently, he served as the Maryland Campaign Director for No Kid Hungry, an initiative to eradicate childhood hunger by national organization Share Our Strength. David worked with leaders in District 26 and across the state to extend school meal and nutrition education programs to tens of thousands of underserved kids. Previously, as a trusted aide to Governor Martin O’Malley, he spent years advocating for policies and programs that matter to Prince Georgians.
David also understands the power that individual citizens can have when they unite to advocate for their own beliefs. An organizer by trade, he led President Obama’s groundbreaking 2008 campaign in Maryland. He then went on to lead the Maryland Democratic Party, first as Political Director and then as Executive Director. In each of these roles, David worked to unite Democrats, build an operation that reflects the diversity of our state, and amplify the voices of underrepresented residents.
David is a committed Democrat and a devout Christian. He began his career in service to former Prince George's County Council Member Dorothy Bailey and for former Council Member Major Riddick. David is a graduate of the Berklee College of Music and enjoys singing with his band, 33 West. He attends First Baptist Church of Glenarden.