Why Did I Choose to Run?
I got in this race because I realized we needed change. It has become clear that our entire government, including our school board, is operating with a broken system. While attending board meetings and watching them on YouTube, it felt as though the board went deaf during public comments. The only way to change this broken system is from the inside out. And bringing change is what I will do. I pledge to fight to ensure our students receive the best education possible.
Luc Angelot was born and raised in Salisbury. He graduated from “Wi-Hi” in 2021. Being the son of Pastor Samuel Angelot (of Ebenezer Baptist Church) and Marie Angelot, both immigrants from Haiti, he learned the importance of public service from an early age. Luc is the last of six children who graduated from Wicomico High School. He worked throughout his time in high school, but his job at the Horizons Summer Program made him know he had a passion for schools. In high school, Luc served as the senior class treasurer. He ran an ambitious campaign with the main focus being communication.
Luc believes in listening to and fighting for the underdog. Whether it be First-Gen members of the community, BIPOC individuals, members of the LGBT+ community, or any group that feels unheard in local government, especially students, he pledges to increase transparency with his constituents and work with the board. All to make sure our students can compete in the 21st century. And to ensure every student receives an education that allows them to reach their full potential.