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Prince William County's growth over the last 20 years has been driven by families choosing our community as the place they want to raise their children. Ann understands that we still have work to do to keep up with the investments needed in our schools to meet this growth.


Prince William County has some of the worst commute times in the country. The major transportation infrastructure investments made in her first term are an important start to prevent the County from falling further behind. As Chair-At-Large of the Prince William Board of County Supervisors, Ann remains committed to fixing our inadequate transportation system.



As we work to improve our schools and transit options, Prince William County will continue to attract families and young professionals who want to locate here. But we can’t rely solely on new residents as our only source of new revenue. That is why she has prioritized attracting new businesses to our area and support those that are already flourishing.

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