Ice Cream Social Meet & Greet May 19

Come meet the candidates for the June 5th primary. Senatorial candidates on the ballot will also join us

Rep. Jeramey Anderson will face the Republican in the November General Election.  Get to know this dynamic young man. 

Also meet candidates for Chancery Court Judge #4.                                                                



Jeramey Anderson Rally Live Stream

If you missed the Rally  in Hattiesburg on Saturday, March 17, here is the Live Stream of the speakers.

First video, Brandon Rue & Kathryn Rehner welcome the crowd.

Second video, 4th Congressional District Chair, Agnes Dalton, delivers our purpose.

Third video,  Representative Percy Watson introduces Representative Anderson.

Last 2 videos, Representative Jeramey Anderson’s Campaign Rally speech.


Pearl River Democrats Turn Out to Support Jeramey Anderson

              Agnes Dalton speaking at                           Jeramey Anderson’s Rally

Pearl River County Democrats spent Saturday morning in Hattiesburg  with 4th Congressional District nominee for Congress, Jeramey Anderson.


        Debbie Craig with Senate candidate                                         Jensen Bohren






  Pearl River County Democrats with Jeramey 



 Julia Anderson, Shasta Moseley & Ruthie Long
   Glenn Butt and Agnes Dalton with Jeramey




               Edward Hawkins at Rally



Pearl River County Democrats and Federation of Democratic Women Hit the Ground Running

     If you ever wanted to get excited about politics in Mississippi, it’s time.  We have an exciting field of candidates to fill Mississippi’s Congressional seats from all Districts and the Senate.  The next few weeks leading up to the Senatorial Primary on June 5th will be filled with getting our message to all citizens of Pearl River county.  Our first endeavor will be our informational booth at the Picayune Street Fair April 6 & 7.  Volunteers are needed to man the booth on both days.  Please consider taking an hour or two.  It’s fun!                     

     Next up, the Federation of Democratic Women’s Spring Yard Sale will be Saturday, April 14 from 8 – 3.  Volunteers and sale items are needed.  If you can help on either count, please contact Agnes or Ruthie at the numbers below. 

     May 19th brings our Ice Cream Social which will provide the citizens of Pearl River County an opportunity to meet our 4th Congressional Candidate Jeramey Anderson, and our Senatorial candidates as well.  We are also designing a PRC shirt that we can where to our events.  Again, if you are interested, please contact Ruthie. 

     This is an exciting time in Mississippi this federal election season.  And if that is not enough, former Secretary of Agriculture Mike Espy has announced his candidacy for the Senate seat being vacated by Thad Cochran.  This candidacy will thrust Mississippi into the national spotlight since Pres. Bill Clinton has agreed to be a part of Sec. Espy’s campaign.  At the recent Mississippi Democratic Party meeting in Jackson, Espy revealed that other high profile individuals will be joining his campaign. 

     Yes, this is going to be an exciting elections season and one we hope will catapult us into statewide wins in 2019.  If you need assistance with Democratic Party issues, please contact Agnes Dalton at 601-746-6020 or  If you need information regarding the Federation of Democratic Women, please contact Ruthie Long at 985-788-1158 or

The future rewards those who press on. I don’t have time to feel sorry for myself. I don’t have time to complain. I’m going to press on.  – President Barack Obama






Rep. Jeramey Anderson Declared Nominee for 4th Congressional District Representative Seat




Rep. Jeramey Anderson is now the democratic nominee for United States Congress, MS-04.

This CAMPAIGN isn’t about electing a REPREStENTIVE in name only. It’s about electing REPRESENTATION for YOUR VOICE always!

#Onward #JerameyForCongress #Midterms

Watch Jeramey’s video.  Check out or very own Ruthie Long front and center.

Six Mississippi Democrats to Face-off in Primary June 5th


There were questions earlier as to whether the Democratic Party would qualify viable candidates for federal offices this year. That has been answered with a resounding YES!

This is the new Mississippi Democratic Party.

Following a very successful fundraising year, we have seen a renewed excitement in Mississippians who are universally tired of the same old politics. Democratic candidates offer a distinct difference to other parties candidates.

Democrats continue to ask ‘if the breadwinner loses their job today can they find a new one tomorrow right here at home’? When students graduate, will they find a job at home? If the answer is no then it’s time to join with Democrats who have plans to fix those problems.

The Republican leadership in DC and Jackson have failed our Mississippi economy. Our roads and bridges are in shambles, infrastructure is crumbling and cuts to healthcare and education force higher taxes at the local level on working families. There are fewer jobs in Mississippi today than after the 2007 Great Recession.

There is less money in our state’s coffers because Republican leadership has an institutional problem of giving away our tax dollars to their corporate buddies in the form of special tax break legislation and outright grants. These corporate donors will be the same ones scratching the backs of Republican candidates this season in the form of political contributions.

Democrats stand ready to answer questions truthfully because they offer logical and reasonable solutions to government problems. No spinning here! We encourage everyone, whether Democratic, Republican, or independent – those who want a real change in government – to step forward and vote in the Democratic Party primary on Tuesday, June 5th.


                 Howard Sherman, Meridian
             Rep. David Baria,                               Bay St. Louis


    Rep. Omeria Scott,                     Laurel


               Jensen Bohren,  Benton


 Victor Maurice, Pass Christian
       Jerone Garland, Kosciusko