Kenny A. Boddye
Supervisor Boddye is a young professional who has been fighting for better schools, equitable transit, and attainable healthcare for years. His background, coming from a low-income family and as a Georgetown graduate, imprinted him with the belief that investing in schools is the best way to uplift underserved communities.
Kenny is running for re-election as Occoquan District Supervisor because there is still work to be done. Although he has helped champion record investments in Prince William County schools, the second-largest school division in Virginia still has challenges to overcome. His work has brought more transit to his constituents, and he is working to get Metro extended to his community. Under his leadership, the county has set its first ever climate mitigation and resiliency goals, and now he wants to make sure they are met.
Kenny's first term has helped put Prince William County on a path toward a brighter future, and he wants to win another term to keep that momentum going.