Mississippi’s Special Senate Election Could Flip the Senate

Given the track record of the Democratic Party in Special Election, Mississippi has been thrust into the spotlight.  Voting is more important than ever. Do not vote alone.  Take as many people as your vehicle will hold.  Call those who have never voted and get them registered before October 5 so they may vote in November.  Don’t stop there, make sure they get to the polls on November 6.

https://www.cbc.ca/news/world/mississippi-senate-election-trump-1.4823071

4th District Congressional Nominee Embarks on His People’s Tour

Pearl River County will have two opportunities to meet Rep. Jeramey Anderson, Democratic nominee to replace “No Show” Palazzo.  Anderson will meet with voters from the Poplarville and Lumberton at Green Grove Baptist Church on Wednesday, September 19 from noon to 2 p.m.

Everyone is invited to come meet this dynamic young man and discuss any issue that concerns you.

People’s Tour Poplarville flyer

Rep. Anderson will return to Pearl River County on Thursday, September 20.  This time he will attend a Meet & Greet/Sweet Sampler Soiree at Coach Eddie Young’s Gym in Picayune.

Coach Eddie Event

 

 

“Let’s Turn Mississippi Blue” Luncheon

What a wonderful day of friendship and sharing ideas with like-minded people from all over the state of Mississippi.  Pearl River County sent seven people to represent us.  Not pictured in photo is Martrenia and Edward Hawkins. If you want to join us and turn Pearl River County “Blue” contact us

L-R: Ruthie Long, Dr. Glenn Butt, Angela Cales, Debbie Craig, Agnes Dalton. Not pictured: Martrenia & Edward Hawkins

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Keynote Speaker
John Bel Edwards

Rep. David Baria, Nominee for U.S. Senate
Mississippi Democratic Party
Rep. Jeramey Anderson, Nominee for U.S. Congress, 4th Congressional District

 

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                  Catch the Blue Wave in November

To join our movement, contact the Pearl River County Democrats at rockman1935@aol.com or Federation of Democratic Women at prcfdw@gmail.com

Turn Mississippi Blue Luncheon

 

                    Mississippi                             Democratic Party

 

Turn Mississippi Blue Luncheon

Keynote Speaker – Gov. John Bel Edwards (LA)

 

Lunch with Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards
Please join us for a Let’s Turn Mississippi Blue luncheon with Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards! Our Democratic candidates have plans for Mississippi that they will share with us after the Governor speaks. You don’t want to miss this!
 
Our Let’s Turn Mississippi Blue luncheon will be held on Saturday, August 25th. The doors will open at 10:00am for mingling, and our program will begin at 11am sharp. Our Hamer-Winter dinner SOLD OUT in January, so please purchase your tickets in advance if you want to join us, as we anticipate there will not be any available tickets sold at the door.
 
Let’s Turn Mississippi Blue and enjoy lunch with fellow Democrats and the Governor of Louisiana at the Brandon Convention Center located at 1000 Municipal Drive, Brandon, MS 39042
Order your tickets now online
https://secure.actblue.com/donate/johnbeledwards
If you would prefer to pay for your reserved table or ticket(s) with a check, please mail your check and your reservation information to:
The Mississippi Democratic Party
P.O. Box 1583, Jackson, MS 39215
Deadline for pre-sale tickets is Wednesday, August 22nd. Please note that you will not be mailed any tickets, but your name(s) will be on the list of reservations.
TICKETS AT THE DOOR WILL BE SOLD FOR $60 PER PERSON.

 

“KEEPING FAMILIES TOGETHER” MARCH

Political activist groups from Pearl River, Hancock, Harrison and Jackson Counties gathered to march across the Bay Bridge from Pass Christian to Bay St. Louis on June 30. The marchers protested the Trump administration’s immigration policies of separating migrant and refugee children from their parents, and the continued internment of children.
Joining the marchers were Democratic Party candidates for MS 4th Congressional District  and the U.S. Senate,  State Representatives Jeramey Anderson and David Baria. Representative Anderson will face incumbent Congressman Steven Palazzo, while Representative Baria will face incumbent Senator Roger Wicker in the General Election November 6
There were over 600 marches nationwide on June 30, including marches in nearby Jackson, MS;  Covington, LA; and New Orleans, LA.

Rep. David Baria in blue on the right. Rep. Anderson in “Jeramey” shirt middle left.

Democratic Luncheon Features Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards

The Mississippi Democratic Party will host a luncheon on Saturday, August 25 at the Brandon Civic Center near Jackson.  Doors open at 10:00 a.m., Gov. Edwards will speak at 11:00.  Barbecue will be served following the Governor’s speech.  After lunch, Democratic elected officials, Federal candidates and future statewide candidates will speak.

This will be a wonderful opportunity to network with leading Democrats from both Mississippi and Louisiana.  Price of the tickets and further details are still in the planning stage.  More information will be shared when available.  Be sure to share this information with your friends and family in both states.

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