Mike Floyd’s first job after graduating high school? Helping run a school district
As Pearland seniors celebrate graduation this week, 18-year-old Democrat Mike Floyd is preparing for his first term in elected office. In early May, the Dawson High School senior beat two-term incumbent Rusty DeBorde for a seat on Pearland ISD’s school board. DeBorde had served as school board president for four years and earned an endorsement from Republican U.S. Rep. Pete Olson. But that didn’t hold Floyd back. The teen said he went to more than 40 campaign events in the span of two months, pitching protections for transgender students and increased transparency by the board. He ended up winning 54 […]
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