Rewriting the Black Narrative Through Progressive Policy
The mission of the Annapolis Coalition of Black Progressives PAC is to radically improve the conditions of People of color throughout Annapolis and Anne Arundel County by helping to elect progressive people of color and minorities, educating communities and voters on policies, and pushing progressive policies.
The candidates that we have chosen has met our criteria of being progressive and able to empower the Black and Brown communities.
Paid For By Annapolis Coalition of Black Progressives PAC, De'Von Brown, Treasurer. This site is not authorized by any candidate or candidate's committee.
Hon. Judge Elizabeth Morris
For Circuit Court 5 - Anne Arundel County
Judge Elizabeth Morris
for Circute Court 5
Elizabeth Sheree Morris is aware of her race and its importance in Anne Arundel’s judiciary.
Judge Morris is the first black woman to be appointed as a Circuit Court judge. Gov. Larry Hogan appointed the former attorney for the National Security Agency to replace Judge Paul Goetzke in 2018.
She’s only the third black judge in the court’s history dating back to the 1970s — succeeding former judges Clayton Greene Jr. and Rodney Warren.
Annapolis Coalition Of Black Progressives also endorses the Sitting Judges.
1. Judge designee Richard Trunnell
2. Judge Elizabeth Morris
3. Judge Pamela Alban
4. Judge Rob Thompson.
Anne Arundel judge to MLK breakfast: Do not let fear, shame, comfort or despair prevent you from taking action
By Lilly Price: Capital Gazette
Elizabeth S. Morris, associate judge for the Circuit Court for Anne Arundel County, gives the keynote address at Monday’s 39th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Breakfast. Read More
For AACPS Board District 5
for AACPS Board District 6
India Ochs is not just a life-long resident of District 6, but a life-long advocate of Anne Arundel County Public Schools and our youth. Born and raised in Annapolis, India is a product of Head Start, Central Special, Hillsmere Elementary School, the former Annapolis Junior High, and Annapolis Senior High School. Some of her best memories- and learning – came from AACPS’ gifted & talented programs at AACC and the Naval Academy.
From grades 8-12, India was active in the Chesapeake Regional Association of Student Councils (CRASC), including being chief legislative coordinator during the passage of the service learning graduation requirement, securing partial voting rights for the Maryland State Student on the Board, and banning smoking at all county school campuses.
Her experiences in school and CRASC – along with all the history and beauty Annapolis and the Bay has to offer – made India decide at an early age to raise her family in Annapolis and never give up on our public schools.
Hon. Delegate Shaneka Henson
For MD House of Delegate 30A
Hon. Delegate Shaneka Henson
for MD House of Delegate 30A
A visionary and humanitarian from an early age, Shaneka Henson was born into a family that changes communities and impacts the world. Her parents, both former pastors, have traveled across Africa using their gifts and abilities to help build the least-reached communities of the region while serving underserved communities in Annapolis and surrounding areas as well.
A native of Annapolis, Shaneka has always been passionate about community service, dedicating her younger years to supporting missionary work and food pantry distributions in Annapolis. Her eagerness to “pay it forward” transitioned into adulthood as she worked with at-risk and underprivileged children, raised awareness about pro bono services to the homeless, and collaborated with interested stakeholders to discuss and confront domestic violence issues.