Tay Anderson, a candidate for an at-large seat on the Denver School Board, has been seen campaigning with some very questionable company.

And by “seen,” we mean it’s on Twitter.

PeakNation™ will recall Rochelle Galindo resigned as a state representative from Greeley in the midst of a police investigation into sexual misconduct allegations, and a recall campaign.

Then there’s this:

Anderson gained notoriety by becoming the youngest person to run for the school board just two years ago, when he was 18 years old.

He came in third place with 25% of the vote.

But he’s raised a lot of money this time around, got involved in the Denver teacher’s strike, and isn’t afraid to sound like he’s running for class president instead of an education leader.

For instance, he said one his first priorities would be to advocate for every Denver middle and high school to have a gender-neutral bathroom. He said he’d also work to end “period poverty” by stocking all school bathrooms with free tampons and pads.

Anderson went on to say in the Chalkbeat story that he couldn’t afford to go to college, and that is tragic.

He says his goal is to one day become a teacher, and principal of Manual High School, his alma mater.

We would suggest he focus first on achieving those goals of learning, educating, and leading, before jumping to the head of the class thinking he’s already qualified to run the entire school district.

Perhaps it’s the company he keeps that leads him to believe so.