|Member of the MississippiHouseofRepresentatives |
from the 19th district
|Preceded by||Mark DuVall|
Randy Phillip Boyd
March 23, 1954
Russellville, Alabama, U.S.
|Residence||Mantachie, Itawamba County, Mississippi|
|Alma mater||Mississippi State University|
Randy Phillip Boyd (born March 23, 1954) is a Republican politician who has served since 2012 as a member of the Mississippi House of Representatives for the 19th District in Mantachiein northeastern Mississippi.
Boyd graduated from Tremont High School in rural Tremont in Itawamba County, Mississippi and then attended Itawamba Community College in Fulton. He graduated from Mississippi State University at Starkville. For more than three decades, he has been engaged in the forestry industry and is a partner in LandTree LLC.He resides in Mantachie in Itawamba County.
In 2018 Boyd was among several representatives who were in opposition to introducing a state lottery in Mississippi.He is a member of the state's task force on education.
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