In a race resembling an action movie, the race for Delegate seat in District 25 of Prince George’s county has become even more interesting based on the issues and candidates involved. Action films are films based on action sequences, such as fighting, stunts, car chases etc which take precedence over elements like character development or complex plots.
For many years now, Delegate Dereck E. Davis has held the Delegate seat for district 25. He was joined by Delegate Darryl Barnes to represent the same district in the last election. However, we already highlighted in this blog why Delegate Dereck E. Davis should have resigned a long time ago after he created a law to benefit him personally and his wife.
Delegate Darryl Barnes was elected with the help of Rushern Baker III. He therefore represents the interests of the establishment and the crooked lot in the county politics.
Due to conflicts of interest in the Maryland legislature, Delegate Darryl Barnes was appointed last week to be the new Chairman for Education sub committee for Prince George’s County in Annapolis. Mr. Barnes hit the ground running and has since changed the rules of the game which raised the eye brows with many of the voters in the county complaining he has been bribed to screen and keep things under the table. This move to cover up and his engagement in white collar violations has angered many which has led to Ms. Mel Spruil, Wala Blegay, Nick Charles and Kent Roberson to enter the the race for Delegate for proper leadership of the District 25 in prince George’s county.
As a result of the entry of new candidates in Prince George’s County District 25, it’s over for Delegate Dereck E. Davis and Delegate Darryl Barnes!