Mike Sullivan, a longtime conservative and native Houstonian, has filed for election to the District 8 seat on the Lone Star College System Board of Trustees.
“I am proud to be an alum of Lone Star College-Kingwood, and look forward to delivering my message to voters on fiscal responsibility, program and curriculum that prepares students for a dynamic future in an ever-changing workforce, and providing an affordable education,” said Sullivan.
Sullivan has early endorsements from state senators Brandon Creighton and Paul Bettencourt; state representatives Mike Schofield, Dennis Paul and Dan Huberty; Houston City Council Member Dave Martin; Humble ISD board members Robert Sitton and Keith Lapeze; Humble Mayor Merle Aaron; Harris County Precinct 4 Constable Mark Herman; retired Humble ISD superintendent Guy Sconzo, and many other community leaders, activists and precinct chairs.
Sullivan has a history of public service that he says makes him uniquely qualified for the Lone Star College board.
“I previously served as a member of the Humble ISD Board of Trustees, as a Houston City Council member, and as Harris County Tax Assessor-Collector. I pride myself on my history of fighting for taxpayers, utilizing my strong business experience, and never forgetting that I am there to serve the public, not the other way around,” said Sullivan.
District 8 includes the Kingwood, Atascocita, Humble, Walden, Summerwood, Porter and New Caney communities.
“I worked hard to represent many of these areas in my 12 years as an elected official,” said Sullivan. “I know these areas well, and the issues even better. I look forward to taking my experience to the Lone Star College System Board of Trustees.”