Election

Several Bits of Important News

Mississippi’s Broadband Expansion and Accessibility office (BEAM) is working hard to ensure that all Mississippians have access to high-quality internet service, something that is critical to the success of our school children and teachers, as school resources increasingly are found online. Please help BEAM identify the areas of the state that need improved internet access …

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So Far, So Good

A big THANK YOU to everyone who voted on Tuesday – it was a great day for our children, our teachers, and our public schools! Election 2023 is shaping up to be a good one for public education, but we still have a lot of work to do. A number of primary races resulted in …

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The Truth: Student Achievement & This Election

Want some evidence that electing public school supporters to the Legislature makes a difference? Read on, and then be sure to VOTE in Tuesday’s primary election. It matters – a lot.You’ve probably seen lots of spin around what is being hailed nationally as the Mississippi Miracle – dramatic improvements in Mississippi’s national ranking in 4th-grade …

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A High Stakes Day for Public Schools

Please go to your calendar right now and mark Tuesday, August 8, with a reminder to VOTE. That’s the date of Mississippi’s primary election for legislative and statewide offices – a critical day for Mississippi’s public schools. Because most of Mississippi’s legislative districts overwhelmingly favor one party or the other, many General Election races are …

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Candidates Share Their Thoughts on Public Education

The next few weeks are extremely important to our children and our public schools. The outcomes of the primary election on August 8 and the general election on November 7 will determine the Legislature’s level of support for public education. Four years ago, Mississippians elected a corps of pro-public school candidates – and it paid …

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A Big Change in the Mississippi Legislature

In the next few months, you will make choices that will have a lasting impact on Mississippi’s public schools. Our children need your votes for pro-public school candidates in the August 8 Primary Election and November 7 General Election. From registering to vote to learning which candidates share your values, this Election Toolkit¬†provides a quick …

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TOMORROW: Runoff Election for School Board

Runoff elections for school board members will be held in parts of four school districts TOMORROW, Tuesday, November 29. Harrison County, School Board District 2, Runoff Candidates: Betty Daniel and Tom Daniels Neshoba County, School Board District 2, Runoff Candidates: Mary Ann Nicholson and Jermaine Simmons Stone County, School Board District 2, Runoff Candidates: Vanessa Johnson Dedeaux …

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