Reginald Grant is a father, educator and political commentator in Houston, Texas. Mr. Grant completed his undergraduate degree in political science at Texas Southern University, earned an executive master’s in Public Administration with a focus in public policy from Texas Southern University, and completed his principal certification at Lamar University. He recently completed a principal internship in Aldine ISD. Mr. Grant is a United States Marine Corps veteran, with two tours overseas. He has served as President and Vice-President of several political organizations. As a precinct chairman of several years, he had the opportunity to serve as a state and national delegate. He is a former candidate of an unsuccessful campaign for the Texas State House.
So with that authority and those credentials, I asked my cousin to join me on the podcast to discuss a few last minute key issues that could help voters make their final decision.
We discuss social just reform, school to prison pipeline and why he was still sitting on the fence. We talk about his run as a Republican candidate for the Texas State House and why he chose that party.
This political banter that you will hear between Reginald and I is extremely calm and informative, although bias towards a particular candidate.
I wanted to use my platform to educated, inform and remind you all that Tuesday, November 3rd is the LAST day that you can vote, so please use your voice, the way I am using my own.
My name is Lisah “Elle” Moore, and I approve this message.
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