Bringing change to Washington — it’s the campaign promise that helped land President Obama in the White House. But far away from the intricacies of Washington politics and way outside the Beltway, a first grade teacher named Geraldine Sam recently decided she wanted to bring her own form of change to her hometown of La Marque, Texas, a little town just north of Galveston. Ms. Sam, as her students call her, ran for mayor. She has just been elected the first African American woman leader in the history of the city, and in Galveston County. Mayor-elect Gerry Sam joins The Takeaway to talk about her goals for La Marque. Listen in or you get a time-out!