Jim (Jim) Boyd (R-SS21)
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Capitol: 850.487.5021
FAX: 850.487.5486
District: 941.724.6445
Senator
Room 312 Senate Office Building 404 South Monroe Street
Tallahassee, FL 32399-1100

District Office:
717 Manatee Avenue West
Bradenton, FL 34205
Elected: 2020    Next Election: 2024
Spouse: Sandra (Sandy) Woodard   DOB: 10/22/1956
Committee Assignments
ChairmanSenate Committee on Banking and Insurance
MemberJoint Legislative Committee on Auditing
MemberSenate Committee on Agriculture
MemberSubcommittee on Transportation, Tourism, and Economic Development
MemberSubcommittee on Agriculture, Environment, and General Government
MemberSenate Committee on Judiciary
MemberSenate Committee on Criminal Justice
MemberSenate Committee on Rules
Counties Representing
Hillsborough / Manatee

Bio

ormer Republican Manatee County State Representative and fourth generation Floridian, Jim Boyd, is a candidate for Florida State Senate, District 21. The district, currently represented by Senate President Bill Galvano, covers Manatee County and a portion of Hillsborough County.

He will bring his leadership skills and conservative agenda that he worked fiercely to defend for 8 years in the Florida House, to the Florida Senate. Jim will focus on reopening our economy after Coronavirus, controlling the budget, keeping taxes low, and protecting Florida's waters as well as our quality of life.

Boyd, CEO of Boyd Insurance and Investment Services, has a long history of public service. He was first elected to the Palmetto City Council in 1989 and went on to serve as the city's mayor and vice-mayor. He also served as fire commissioner for the North River Fire District and a volunteer firefighter/EMT.

Boyd's uncle, Wilbur Boyd, served in the Florida House and Senate in the 1960s and 1970s, and his grandfather, Hugh E. Boyd, served in the Florida House in the 1940s. Boyd currently serves on the Manatee Memorial Board of Governors as well as the Seminole Boosters Board.

He earned a bachelor's degree from Florida State University in 1978. He and his wife of 37 years, Sandy, live in Bradenton. Their adult children, Ansley and Austin, both reside in Manatee County with their families.