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Former Texas, NFL player running for spot on Pflugerville ISD board

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Former Longhorn and NFL defensive end Alex Okafor is vying for a position on the Pflugerville Independent School District’s school board. Currently running unopposed for the Place 1 seat, Okafor seeks to contribute his experience and leadership to the district’s governance.

The decision by the district’s current Vice President, Tony Hanson, and Secretary, David Aguirre, not to seek reelection has resulted in two vacant seats on the board.

Okafor, a Pflugerville High School graduate from the class of 2009, continued his academic and athletic journey at the University of Texas before embarking on a successful NFL career. Drafted by the Arizona Cardinals in 2013, Okafor enjoyed nine years in the league.

With his deep ties to the Pflugerville community and a wealth of experience both on and off the field, Okafor’s candidacy represents a commitment to the district’s success and the well-being of its students.

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