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GOP and Trump 2016 Leaders from Pine Belt and Southwest Mississippi Endorse Reeves for Governor

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GOP and Trump 2016 Leaders from Pine Belt and Southwest Mississippi Endorse Reeves for Governor

February 7, 2019

Jackson — Momentum continues to build for Lt. Governor Tate Reeves’ gubernatorial campaign. Conservative leaders in the Pine Belt and Southwest Mississippi are joining the team and endorsing Reeves. The Lt. Governor is known by grassroots leaders across Mississippi as a principled fighter for conservative values, whose record of combating government waste is second to none.

“Tate Reeves is one of us—a principled, passionate, and dependable conservative who families across Mississippi can trust to fight for our interests. We’ve got his back, because we know he has ours,” said Sue Bush, State Executive Committee, 4th Congressional District.

Joe Kelly, GOP Chair, Amite County
John Roberts, GOP Chair, Lincoln County
Max Phillips, GOP Chair, Smith County
Sue Stedman, Former GOP Chair, Adams County
Derek Arrington, Former GOP Chair, Forrest County
Janice Kervin, GOP Chair, Covington County
Keith Blakeney, GOP Chair, Jasper County
Brandon Rowell, GOP Chair, Marion County
Ann Wood, State Executive Committee, 4th Congressional District
John Parker, State Executive Committee, 4th Congressional District
Sue Bush, State Executive Committee, 4th Congressional District
Cheryl Cranford, GOP Chair Lamar County/State Executive Committee, 4th Congressional District Sonya Bridges,Trump Chair, Jones County
Bernie Reed,Trump Chair, Lincoln County
Cindy Moore,Trump Co-Chair, Lincoln County
Rosemary Smith, Trump Co-Chair, Smith County
Lyndsey Lamb, Trump Co Chair, George County
Linda Pennington Trump Chair, Jefferson Davis County

(Personal endorsements, not an official organization endorsement)

MEET TATE

Tate Reeves is a product of small-town Mississippi and a lifelong Mississippian. A strong conservative, Tate’s leadership in state government has focused on the principles of guarding the taxpayers’ dollars, improving educational opportunity, and growing new careers so that the state’s best and brightest can stay in our state.

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