28 Republican Senators Endorse Tate Reeves for Re-Election
7 Senate Conservative Coalition members throw their support to Reeves
The re-election campaign of Lt. Governor Tate Reeves got a boost today when it announced the endorsement of 28 Republicans in the State Senate. The following Senators have endorsed Tate Reeves’ re-election efforts in 2015:
Sen. Nickey Browning Sen. Terry Burton Sen. Videt Carmichael Sen. Lydia Chassaniol
Sen. Buck Clarke Sen. Nancy Collins Sen. Sally Doty Sen. Joey Fillingane
Sen. Phillip Gandy Sen. Tommy Gollott Sen. Josh Harkins Sen. Angela Hill
Sen. Briggs Hopson Sen. Billy Hudson Sen. Gary Jackson Sen. Dean Kirby
Sen. Will Longwitz Sen. Chris Massey Sen. Phillip Moran Sen. David Parker
Sen. Rita Parks Sen. John Polk Sen. Tony Smith Sen. Sean Tindell
Sen. Gray Tollison Sen. Giles Ward Sen. Brice Wiggins Sen. Charles Younger
Lt. Governor Tate Reeves offered the following statement:
“These are the men and women that have stood in the trenches with us and fought for our shared conservative ideals and principles. They deserve the credit for a balanced budget, for a full rainy day fund, for less debt for our taxpayers, for education reform, for protecting the unborn, and for ensuring Mississippi is the best place in American to raise a family and build a business. Earning the support of my Republican colleagues in the Senate is a big boost as we build out the strongest conservative grassroots campaign this state has ever seen."
The 28 Senators making their endorsement known represent a broad geographic area spanning the state, representing all four congressional districts and stretching from the Gulf Coast to DeSoto County.
President Pro Tem of the Senate Giles Ward said, “Lt. Governor Tate Reeves is the conservative leader Mississippi needs at this crucial time. I have watched him work tirelessly over the past four years to bring conservative change to our state. Those of us who are committed to putting conservative ideals into practice will be working hard for Tate Reeves.”
Tate Reeves Press Release
Posted February 19, 2015 - 10:21 am