It’s time. Enoch Bevel for Maryland Senate Democrat for District 20.
Silver Spring ~ Takoma Park ~ White Oak
I know and love this community just like you do.
Initiated the RideOn Bus U-Pass granting free rides for students
Takoma Park Public Safety Advisory Board Member
Takoma Park Landlord-Tenant Commissioner
Downtown Silver Spring Chief Election Judge
Chief of Staff to MD Senator Arthur Ellis
President Barack Obama White House Intern
International Monetary Fund
I've served this community for three decades.
When I was a student leader, I'm the guy who helped initiate the U-Pass in Montgomery County. This allows unlimited rides on RideOn buses for students.
When then-Governor Bob Ehrlich cut community college funding, I organized Maryland's sixteen community colleges. We restored $171 million in state-wide funding.
That's why I'm running—to continue to fight for our community and a future our children can proudly inherit.
My issues are your issues.
It's time... for affordable housing.
It’s time... for home-ownership tax reform.
It's time... to pay our teachers more.
It’s time... for free community colleges.
It’s time... for a sustainable infrastructure.
It’s time... for criminal justice reform.
Enoch in Action
Enoch Bevel was a White House Intern during the Obama Administration. Because internships were unpaid, Enoch worked at night as a server to subsist. Enoch is proud of President Biden's announcement of the launch of a paid White House Internship Program.
In 2006, when Enoch Bevel was President of Montgomery College Student Senate Rockville, he successfully worked with Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot, to restore $171 million in state-wide funding for community colleges. Mr. Franchot is currently a candidate for Maryland Governor.
Enoch Bevel worked as Chief of Staff for Maryland Senator Arthur Ellis from 2019. Here, Enoch presents an award to a member of the Waldorf Fire Department for outstanding service.
Enoch Bevel passionately speaks to the press during Advocacy Day about the need to restore funding to community colleges, February 2006. Enoch's coalition restored $171 million in state-wide funding. He is flanked by Mr. Brian Frosh, Maryland's current Attorney General.
When Enoch Bevel was Student Senate President of Montgomery College, noting that students could not find parking or effectively reach the various campuses, Enoch initiated the Ride On U-Pass, which allows students to use Ride On buses for free. This was a collaborative effort that consisted of a coalition that included County Executive Doug Duncan, MC President Charlene Nunley, Gene Counihan, and others. Today all MCPS students benefit from the evolved version of this program.
As a student leader, Enoch Bevel drove around Maryland on his own initiative and organized Maryland sixteen community colleges to address the lack of funding to community colleges. Here, Enoch speaks with then-Delegate Peter Franchot with other student leaders.
Enoch Bevel providing key remarks during Advocacy Day, 2006. Since that time, Enoch was appointed to the Takoma Park Landlord Tenant Commission, and the Takoma Park Public Safety Advisory Board. Enoch was also the Chief Election Judge for downtown Silver Spring.
Enoch Bevel worked in the International Monetary Fund (IMF) during the height of the global recession, from 2010 until 2016, under the leadership of Madame Christine Lagarde. He worked in the Executive Director office of the Swiss led constituency, which included Poland, Serbia, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Kyrgyz Republic, and Turkmenistan.
Enoch Bevel worked in the International Monetary Fund (IMF) during the height of the global recession, from 2010 until 2016, under the leadership of Madame Christine Lagarde. Enoch gained invaluable diplomatic and economic experience and worked on issues including Anti-Money Laundering/Combating Financing of Terrorism (AML-CFT). Enoch worked in the Executive Director office of the Swiss led constituency, which included Poland, Serbia, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Kyrgyz Republic, and Turkmenistan.
Enoch Bevel speaking to members of the press in his effort on behalf of community college funding. Enoch initiated the U-Pass in Montgomery County to allow students unlimited free rides on county buses.