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Calvin S. Hawkins, II

Prince George’s County Council Member At-Large Calvin S. Hawkins, II, was elected by the voters of the entire County to one of two new voter-approved At-Large seats on the County Council in the November 2018 General Election. He is currently seeking re-election to serve another four-year term to represent the interests of the entire County.


Council Member Hawkins, a graduate of Oxon Hill High School and Bowie State University, is a citizen's advocate who leads The People's Movement
of the Democratic Party. Currently, the Councilman serves as the Chair of the Prince George’s
County Council and is the lead sponsor on the Re-entry Advisory Board tasked with realigning
the County’s entire re-entry process in partnership with County agencies, non-profits, law
enforcement and faith-based organizations. From civic activities to political engagement, to
community preparedness for emergencies, he has been involved in every facet of Prince
George's County and the Washington Metropolitan Region over the last 28 years. Committed to
servant leadership, Councilmember Hawkins is a strong supporter of progressive initiatives for
working families, our youth and the environment while fighting for practical and sustaining
programs for returning citizens. Affectionately known as "The People's Champ" amongst "The
People's Movement," his extensive background in Emergency Management has thoroughly
equipped him in planning and execution of government operations. Similarly, his time working
closely with two former County Executives has provided deep insight into County government

creating a spectrum of a wealth of experience from the grassroots level to the executive C-
suite. In December 2021, he received overwhelming support from his colleagues to serve a second year in leadership as the Chair of the County Council. Council Member Calvin S. Hawkins, II, is the
grateful husband of Angie Reese Hawkins, proud father of Tori N. Plummer (Chris) and blessed
grandfather of Chris, Jr., Jaden and Joshua. He is a member of the First Baptist Church of
Highland Park.


"A week of groundbreakings for six new schools in our community is a testament of our collective commitment to educational excellence for our students..." - Conduit Street

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