“PSC is good place for Adams to start”
Boyce Adams, a Republican candidate for public service commissioner in the Northern District, is a name that is going to become more familiar to Mississippi voters.
Adams, 26, is an up-and-coming star in the GOP who showed leadership potential at an early age.
After graduating from the Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science, the Columbus native went to Vanderbilt University on a full-tuition scholarship for his community service.
Following his graduation from Vanderbilt, Adams worked in Washington during the George W. Bush administration, first at the Federal Aviation Administration and later in the White House, vetting appointments the president made to energy regulatory institutions.