2018 Election – Vote November 6
For U.S. Senate:
In the Mississippi legislature, David Baria has led the fight to fully fund Mississippi’s public schools, make corporations pay their fair share of taxes, develop a comprehensive infrastructure plan and improve access to healthcare. David is committed to Mississippi’s working families and will carry this commitment to Washington as our next U.S. Senator.
- David was born and raised in Jackson County. He is a proud graduate of Moss Point High School, the University of Southern Mississippi and the University of Mississippi School of Law
- Leader of the State House of Representatives Democratic Caucus
- Democratic member of the House representing District 122
- Former member of the State Democratic Executive Committee and Hancock County Democratic Executive Committee
- Former Democratic member of the State Senate representing District 46
Mike is running for the United States Senate to make Mississippi proud. He will work every day to be a shining example of our state to our nation that finding common ground, coming together with dignity and respect for each other is the path to progress, getting things done and moving forward for all.
- Born in Yazoo City, MS, Mike attended Howard University in Washington, D.C. He earned his Juris Doctor from Santa Clara University School of Law in California in 1978
- Former Secretary of USDA
- As a congressman, served on the House Budget Committee where he worked with others to reduce the burgeoning deficit
- Served as the 25th United States Secretary of Agriculture from 1993 to 1994
- Previously was the U.S. Representative for Mississippi’s 2nd congressional district from 1987 to 1993
For 4th Congressional US Congress:
Rep. Anderson will tackle problems like poor schools, economic hardships and government transparency. He will stand with planned parenthood and continue to support the necessary preventive and reproductive health care services.
- A native of Moss Point, MS, Jeramey received his associate degree in criminal justice from Pearl River Community College and his bachelor’s degree in homeland security from Tulane University
- Named as one of the top 35 and under politicians and politicos in Mississippi by the Clarion Ledger
- Named as one of the the Most Influential People of African Descent under the age of 40 by the United Nations International Decade for People of African Descent
- Democratic member of the Mississippi House of Representatives, representing District 110. He was first elected to the chamber in a special election on November 5, 2013
- The youngest member ever elected to the Mississippi Legislature and the youngest African American elected to a legislature in United States history