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Former Mayor of Tallahassee

Born: July 26, 1979 (age 41 years), Miami, Florida, United States

Spouse: R. Jai Gillum (m. 2009)

Party: Democratic Party

Children: Davis Allen Gillum, Jackson Gillum, Caroline Gillum

Siblings: Monique Gillum, Marcus Gillum, Eric Gillum, Chuck Gillum, Terrance Gillum, Patrick Gillum

Parents: Charles Gillum, Frances Gillum

KNOWN FOR Youngest person who ever elected for Tallahassee City Commission at the age of 23


FULL NAME: Andrew D. Gillum

PROFESSION: Politician


AGE: 41 years old (in 2021)

DATE OF BIRTH: July 26, 1979

BIRTHPLACE: Miami, Florida, USA


HEIGHT: 6 ft 1 inches (1.83 m)

WEIGHT: 84 Kg (185 lbs)

CHEST: 40 inches

WAIST: 32 inches

BICEPS: 15.5 inches


EYE COLOR: Dark brown

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On May 24, 2009, Gillum married Rashada Jai Howard, a fellow FAMU graduate.

The couple have three children.

In March 2020, the Tallahassee Democrat reported that Gillum was one of three men, one of whom was suffering from a overdose, who were found with “plastic baggies of suspected crystal meth” in a hotel room in Miami Beach, however no arrests were made.

The person who overdosed has been reported by numerous outlets as a male.

Initially, Gillum was too inebriated to speak with the officers.

On March 16, Gillum stated that he would enter rehabilitation, citing struggles with alcohol after narrowly losing the 2018 Florida gubernatorial race.

On September 14, 2020, Gillum came out as bisexual in an interview with Tamron Hall on ABC.

Gillum was born in Miami and raised in Gainesville, Florida.

He is the fifth of seven children born to Charles and Frances Gillum, respectively a construction worker and a school bus driver.

Gillum graduated from Gainesville High School in 1998 and was recognized by the Gainesville Sun as one of the city’s “persons of the year”.

He then moved to Tallahassee to attend Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU) to major in political science.

Gillum served as president of the FAMU Student Government Association from 2001–2002 and was the first student member of the FAMU Board of Trustees.

He was recognized by the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation as “emerging leader for 2003”.

Gillum was also a board member of the Black Youth Vote Coalition, a program of the National Coalition of Black Civic Participation in Washington, D.C..

Gillum was elected to the Tallahassee City Commission prior to the completion of his college studies.