LUBBOCK, TX (NEWS RELEASE) - The following is a news release from the Lubbock County Democratic Party:
Daylan J. Flowers is a lifelong Lubbock resident. Daylan attended Lubbock ISD schools all Precinct 2 schools, including Monterey High School.
After graduating with a degree in Personal Financial Planning from Texas Tech University, Daylan worked for several banks and financial institutions, most recently with New York Life, helping and serving others along the way. Daylan has served on several boards, mainly helping children, including Foster a-Life, 4th on Broadway, South Plains Football Officials, and the Children Advocacy Center.
Daylan is also involved with the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce and Young Professionals of Lubbock. He currently serves on the board of 100 Black Men of West Texas and as a high school football/basketball referee. Daylan is a lifelong member of St. John Baptist Church, serving on the board as treasurer since 2014.
Daylan is running for Justice of the Peace because he wants to continue to work for Lubbock County and bring Precinct 2 the leadership that it needs. As a younger candidate, he has the energy to help lead a new generation of leaders to Lubbock and be a person that Precinct 2 can trust to lead.
Daylan J. Flowers
Announcement for Justice of the Peace, Pct. 2
Wednesday, November 29, 2017, 6:30 p.m.
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