Well the stage is set for the November elections in Mississippi. There were a few surprises yesterday, but the main race people have been talking about played out as expected. Lieutenant. Governor Tate Reeves locked up the GOP nomination for governor beating former state Supreme Court Justice Bill Waller. Reeves had at least $5 million in his campaign fund compared to Waller who had a little over $500.000 Reeves also had support from Republican PAC money. His November opponent in November will be Mississippi State Attorney General Jim Hood, who said “The race is about whether or not you’re gonna take care of the corporations or you’re gonna fight for the least amoung us”. State Treasurer Lynn Fitch won the nomination for Attorney general on the republican side, she will face Democrat Jennifer Riley Collins which means Mississippi will elect it’s first female attorney general in november. Jackson City Councilman De’keither Stamps snaged the democratic nomination for Public Service Commissioner Central District. Stamps won with 56% of the vote over Dorothy Benford. A hot local runoff race was for Hinds County Sheriff, incumbent Victor Mason faced a former colleague Lee Vance. Vance is also the former Chief of Police for the city of Jackson Mississippi. Vance got 60% of the vote.
KidsZone held the 3RD Saturday in each month at St. Luther M.B. Church 1040 st. Jackson MS. and you are invited to bring your children ages 3-12. Kids Zone is a place where kids can be kids while learning about Jesus. kids and teens facilitators participate in Praise and Worship, group lessons, games , crafts and more. lunch is also provided. Simply register by texting your name and cell# to 769-798-5647 activites start at 11:30am.
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