Who am I?

Mr. AUGUSTIN believes that fresh ideas are essential in politics. Mr. AUGUSTIN is a person of integrity, authentic and pragmatic that has been trained for public service to solve problems and improve the life of others. Mr. AUGUSTIN will speak the truth and embody the voices, values, hopes, ideas and aspirations of his constituent. Mr. AUGUSTIN was born on August 11, 1967 in Les Cayes, Haiti and migrated to Paris, France (1980) then in the United States (1981) at a young age.

Why am I running?

In 1992, Mr. AUGUSTIN obtained a B.S. in Political Science from Salem State University, Salem, Massachusetts, http://www.salemstate.edu/. In 1997, he earned a Master of Public Administration (MPA), Suffolk University, Institute of Public Service, Boston, Massachusetts, http://www.suffolk.edu/. In 1999, he completed a Master of Business Administration (MBA), University of Massachusetts, Lowell, Massachusetts, http://www.uml.edu/.

Sixteen years later, thinking back to his training to solve problems and improve the life of others, Mr. AUGUSTIN is ready to serve and to advocate for 1)stronger schools, 2) safer streets and 3) high paying jobs for the residents of Prince George's County, Maryland.

My Goals

Mr. AUGUSTIN possesses the educational and intellectual acumen to help bring new wealth into Prince George’s County by contributing in the formulation of policy to advocate for his top three policy goals of stronger schools, safer streets and high paying jobs for Prince George's County, Maryland.

Not only does Mr. AUGUSTIN understand the social and economical challenges facing Prince George’s County, he is capable of articulating the needs to improve k-12 education, reduce the crime rate and advance the economic growth for high paying jobs in Prince George’s county, Maryland.

My DFA Values

Mr. AUGUSTIN supports the need for stronger schools for all our children and adequate funding to schools. Mr. AUGUSTIN supports the rights of women to make decision about their own bodies and have access to prescriptive medications and to be paid equally for their work. Mr. Augustin believes that all of our citizens should be treated equally under the law, including the right to marry and adopt children. And Mr. AUGUSTIN will fight against any initiatives that undermine on anyone voting rights.

Mr. AUGUSTIN will support initiative that improve our quality of life and attract first rate investments that produce high paying jobs for Prince George's County residents. Mr. AUGUSTIN support the utilization of wind and solar energy to reduce our dependence on foreign energy. Mr. AUGUSTIN will work to grow development of mass transit programs to facilitate commuting to help reduce traffic off our roads.

My Campaign is People Powered!

Mr. AUGUSTIN is building a grassroots campaign made up of dedicated Prince George's Country families, neighborhoods and all those who believe that we need to lower the 20% drop out rate significantly to have stronger schools, safer streets for all our citizens and attract private sector investments that produce high paying jobs.

Mr. AUGUSTIN has build a team of dedicated professionals and his campaign will roll out a field operation that will seek to engage resident of Prince George's County. We will ask people in our county about the issues that matter most to them and use their input to develop policies that will make our school stronger, safer streets for all our residents and high paying jobs for Prince George's County residents.

Voice support


About the Endorsement Process

The driving force behind all DFA endorsements is our members. We recognize that all politics is local and that what is considered progressive in Los Angeles may be very different from what's considered progressive in Louisville. For this reason, DFA does not have a litmus test of specific progressive positions for which a candidate must stand. Our endorsement is heavily weighted based on these questions:

• Will the candidate move the progressive movement forward in their community?
• Does the candidate have substantial support from our local members?
• Do the candidate's positions and policies fit into the broader progressive movement?
• Is the campaign people-powered and the candidate working to win?

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