If you truly want to change the tone in both Washington D.C. and Jackson, we must all get involved. It will take participation of all Democrats to get our candidates elected. Over the next 2 years, we will have 8 important elections beginning this November with Congressional Mid-terms, a primary, run-off, general in 2019 for state and county offices, a primary, run-off, and general for President and Congress in 2020. We have a plan, we need help.
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.
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.
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.
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
To join our movement, contact the Pearl River County Democrats at firstname.lastname@example.org or Federation of Democratic Women at email@example.com
14 Counties and 7 Days? Yes, you heard that right!
We are hitting the road and taking our campaign to people of South Mississippi! https://buff.ly/2L4G7Dv