“Do all the good you can, for all the people you can, in all the ways that you can, as long as you can.”
As a Veteran, Aaron believes that it is our responsibility to keep the promises we have made to those who have served and are currently serving in the United States Armed Forces. Having experienced social services in Prince William County, Aaron will work with the Social Services Department in Prince William County to expand help for Veterans through Veterans assistance programs, Veterans employment programs, Mental Health Services for Veterans, and programs to combat Veterans homelessness.
Finding a place to live shouldn’t break the bank for any family and Aaron is determined to make that a reality. Finding solutions will involve having everyone at the table, from developers, nonprofit organizations, business owners, and government officials. Aaron is committed to finding solutions to lower the cost of living in our community.
Every child has the right to access quality education no matter where they live in the county. The Prince William County Schools system is the second largest of 132 school divisions in Virginia, with 94 schools -- 57 elementary schools, 16 middle schools and 11 high schools but has experienced a growing problem with overcrowding schools. As Aaron advocated for students as a student representative of the Franklin Township Public School System and as PWCDC Ad-Hoc Schools Committee Chairman, he will advocate for the students of the Occoquan District and students throughout Prince William County.