Once a member of the iconic hip hop group the Geto Boys, Brad Jordan is now hoping to make his mark in politics.
Jordan, better known as Scarface, announced that he plans to run for Houston City Council to represent District D. “It’s official. I’m offering myself for service as the next Houston City Councilmember for District D,” Jordan posted on Instagram on June 9. “Join our movement!”
Four days before Jordan’s announcement, current District D councilmember Dwight Boykins, who counts Jordan as a close friend, announced his plan to run for Houston mayor. District D covers most of the southern part of Houston, where the 48-year-old Jordan grew up.
The Office of the City Secretary confirmed that Jordan filed paperwork to name his campaign treasurer, Oma Terry, The Houston Chronicle reported. Jordan has until August 19 to file as a candidate on the November 5 ballot.
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