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Jerry Advocating for the People


Jerry fought for the new police station in the Fort Washington corridor and for more responsible fiscal management of taxpayers dollars by elected officials.



Jerry fought against political cronyism, political favoritism and personal pursuits perpetuated by former county executive Jack Johnson and other elected officials.



Jerry fought a prolonged fight for increased minority participation in contracting and employment at National Harbor.  As a result of Jerry's activism, CB-23 was enacted by the county council.  This bill created a comprehensive local and minority economic plan for National Harbor.



Fighting for government accountability, transparency, and respect for the First Amendment rights of all citizens to question their elected officials



Make A Change To Make A Difference



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By authority: Friends of Jerry Mathis, Brenda L. Boden-Smith, Treasurer
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