Edward B. "Ed" Bullard (born November 28, 1943) is a former United States American politician and educator.
Born in Nassau, Bahamas, Edward Bullard served in the United States Army from 1966–1969. He received a bachelor of science degree in Sociology with a minor in Criminology in 1972 from Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University. He also received his master's degree in Education Administration (Grades 7-12) in 1976 from Florida A&M University as well. A master's degree Education Administration (k-12) was earned from Nova Southeastern University in 1977. He retired from the Miami-Dade School system as an administrator. Bullard served 8 years from 2000–2008 in the Florida House of Representatives. His wife and their son, Dwight Bullard also served in the Florida State Legislature. 
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