Democrat Andrea Bailey, one of the first African American female County Supervisors ever elected to the Prince William Board of County Supervisors, is a dedicated public servant with a proven track record of delivering for her constituents.
Since being elected in 2019, Supervisor Bailey has been a fierce advocate for housing accessibility, public health, transportation, and economic investment in Prince William County. Her accomplishments include historic efforts to prioritize affordable and workforce housing, passing the county's first Collective Bargaining Ordinance, securing $90 million for transportation projects, and securing $11.9 million to build the county's first Crisis Receiving Center for mental health. Andrea looks forward to continuing to deliver for the people she represents in Congress.
Andrea is a proud mother and military spouse. She lives in Dumfries with her husband of 47 years, Cozy.