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.

Save the Date July 13

Jeramey and His Team Canvassing Hattiesburg

We canvassed in Hattiesburg today, BUT we still need YOUR HELP TOO
✔️Donate https://secure.anedot.com/jerameyforms/c4748867b5ab2ac662ff7
✔️Volunteer https://www.jerameyformississippi.com/volunteer
✔️Share our message https://buff.ly/2NIcCKf
✔️If they are registered, ask them to pledge to vote https://buff.ly/2L0tqKL 
✔️Not registered? Help them out https://buff.ly/2NIcSJd



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Catch the Blue Wave

On the Saturday, August 25 the Mississippi Democratic Party welcomes the Governor of the State of Louisiana, John Bel Edwards to the Brandon Civic Center for a day filled with networking, speeches, and good food.  Doors open at 10:00 a.m. with Gov. Edwards set to speak at 11:00.  Barbecue by a respected grilling team will be served.  Following lunch, Mississippi Democratic Officials and Nominees will speak.  Plan to spend you day with Democrats from both Mississippi and Louisiana.  More information will be posted as details are finalized.  Click on the below for flyer.  See you at the luncheon.


Save the Date July 13

Gulf Coast LGBT+ Pride Day 2018

MS Gulf Coast LGBT+ Pride Day 2018

Join Gulf Coast Association of Pride for a day of celebration! Beginning at noon, we will have all-day live entertainment on the Pride Day stage.

Our Opening Production begins at 1:00 and features 10 amazing drag performers hosted by Lexis D’Ville.

At 2:00, Lady Patrice and Rewind will take the stage playing all your favorite party hits.

The Legends of the Coast Drag Stars will wow us starting at 4:00 pm, and you do not want to miss what they have planned! This amazing show will be hosted by Ivy Dripp.

As if that wasn’t enough, we will close out the day with an exciting local drag showcase hosted by Amanduh Pleaze.

Over 40 vendors will be on site, including local food and dessert, art, crafts, and informational booths. The Humane Society of South Mississippi will be holding pet adoptions starting at 2:00 pm.

An interactive kids’ zone will provide entertainment for the whole family in addition to the Point Cadet Splash Pad!



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Keep Families Together March in Bay St. Louis

Pearl River Democrats join Senate nominee David Baria and 4th Congressional District nominee Jeramey Anderson at the Keep Families Together March in Bay St. Louis.  Marchers joined one of over 600 marches scheduled today to sent a message to the White House that Families Belong Together.  Thank you Debbie and Curtis for representing Pearl River County today.



Debbie and Curtis Craig at the Keep Families              Together March in Bay St. Louis today.




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Rep. David Baria at the March today.



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Rep. Jeramey Anderson and David Baria at the Keep Families Together March

Thank You Email from Impactivsm

Thu, Jun 28, 2018 10:28 am
Lynette Brown (l.brown@impactivism.org)To:you Details

I just wanted to send you a quick email to say thanks. I volunteer with an activist group called Impactivism and we just geared up our first youth civic engagement program that I’m leading. We have 18 10-14 year olds participating, and are teaching them about the branches of government, how to be an active citizen, the importance of civic engagement, the election process, etc. In our research the group came across your page http://prcdec.com/links/ and it’s been so helpful to all of them we all wanted to reach out and say thank you for helping us to empower our youth to be well-informed and involved citizens.

One of the younger kids in our program, Jessica, found a really helpful Civics Guide geared towards children at https://aizmanlaw.com/civics-government-kids-lessons-activities-guides/ . When I told all the kids I was going to send you an email on behalf of the entire program, Jessica suggested I pass that article your way as well as a way of saying thank you. She thought it could make a good addition to the other resources and websites on your page since you didn’t have anything specifically geared towards children. She thought it could be a helpful resource for kids to understand our government and politics better like it was for her.

Thanks again!:)

Lynette, Jessica, and the Youth Civic Impactivism program

Rep. David Baria Responds to Jab By Roger Wicker

Baria response to Wicker ad

Just 2 days in and the hyper-partisan campaigning has already begun. My response to my opponent's ad.

Posted by David Baria for Mississippi on Thursday, June 28, 2018

Rep. Jeramey Anderson to Face Steven Palazzo in General Election November 6.

Jeramey Anderson set to “Fire Palazzo” in November




The race is on!  Primary season is finished and now it’s time to get behind this young man.  Volunteers are needed at both Campaign Headquarters.  For more information on location and times of operation of the Headquarters in Hattiesburg and Biloxi, please call or text PRC Chair Agnes Dalton at 601-746-6020.

How can you help take a stand? Easy make a pledge “2” vote! If you voted in the primary, then pledge 2 vote in general by bringing 2 people who didn’t vote in the primary with you to vote in the general.

It’s that easy!!

We can do this! 





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