[photo, Will Campos, Maryland State Delegate] WILLIAM A. (WILL) CAMPOS
Democrat, District 47B, Prince George's County

Member of House of Delegates, January 14 to September 10, 2015. Resigned September 10, 2015. Member, Judiciary Committee, 2015 (civil law & procedure subcommittee, 2015; family law subcommittee, 2015). Member, Bi-County Committee, Prince George's County Delegation, 2015. Member, Maryland Legislative Latino Caucus, 2015.

Member, County Council, Prince George's County, representing District 2, November 2004 to December 1, 2014 (vice-chair, Dec. 3, 2013 to Dec. 1, 2014). Chair, Rules and General Assembly Committee, 2013-14 (member, 2009-14). Vice-Chair, Transportation, Housing and Environment Committee, 2013-14. Member, Health, Education and Human Services Committee, 2012-14. Member, Economic Development and Housing Committee, 2007-08. Chair, Health, Education and Human Services Committee, 2008. Vice-Chair, Public Safety and Transportation Committee, 2008 (member, 2007-08). Vice-Chair, Health, Education and Human Services Committee, 2009-10 (member, 2006-07, 2009-10). Chair, Public Safety and Fiscal Management Committee, 2011-12 (member, 2009-12; vice-chair, 2006-07). Member, Planning, Zoning and Economic Development Committee, 2011-12.

Member, Bi-County Task Force on Gang Activity, 2004; Board of Health, Prince George’s County, 2004-14; Social Services Board, Prince George's County, 2006-14; Task Force on the Establishment of Vocational and Technical Education High-School Academies in Prince George's County, 2008-09. Member, Metropolitan Washington Air Quality Committee, 2006-11, Human Services and Public Safety Policy Committee (formerly Public Safety Policy Committee), 2006-14 (alternate), and Climate, Energy and Environment Policy Committee, 2012-14, Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments.

Born in El Salvador, October 7, 1974. Attended Eleanor Roosevelt High School, Greenbelt, Maryland; University of Maryland, College Park, B.A. (ancient art history & archaelogy); University of Maryland, University College, B.S. (computer studies & information systems). Campaign legislative aide to Delegate Victor R. Ramirez, District 47, Prince George's County, 2002. Phyllis Campbell Newsome Public Policy Leadership Award, Center for Nonprofit Advancement, 2006. Civic Leadership Award, Prince George's Community Foundation, 2013. Married.

On January 5, 2017, Mr. Campos pled guilty in U.S. District Court to federal charges of bribery and conspiracy to solicit and accept bribes. On May 16, 2018, he was sentenced to 54 months (4˝ years) in federal prison to be followed by three years of supervised release.

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