TODAY, Tuesday, Nov. 2, voters will go to the polls to replace retiring legislators in three Mississippi House and Senate districts and elect school board members in school districts across the state.
Before you vote, be sure to check candidates’ positions on public schools, using our online Candidate Q&A.
Candidate Q&A for Special Election in Senate Districts 32 and 38, House District 29
- Senate District 32 covers portions of Kemper, Lauderdale, Noxubee, and Winston counties (Sen. Sampson Jackson has resigned from this seat)
- Senate District 38 covers portions of Adams, Amite, Pike, Walthall, and Wilkinson counties (Sen. Tammy Witherspoon has resigned from this seat)
- House District 29 covers portions of Bolivar and Sunflower counties (Rep. Abe Hudson has resigned from this seat)
Candidate Q&A for School Board Elections
Contested school board elections will be held in these school districts: Columbia, Claiborne County, Cleveland, East Tallahatchie, Jackson County, North Bolivar, North Panola, North Tippah, Ocean Springs, Quitman, Starkville-Oktibbeha, South Tippah, and West Bolivar. (Elections in other school districts with open seats are uncontested.)
The Parents’ Campaign does not endorse candidates – that’s up to you to decide. Our job is to share with you what candidates have to say about their support for public schools, so please take advantage of the information in our Candidate Q&As before you vote today.
Elections have real consequences. Just a few minutes of your time to research candidates and cast your vote can make a big difference for our children and our public schools. Together, we’ve got this!