BIPEC Recommended and Business Defense Attorney John Brady Raises More Money Than All of His Opponents for the Third Consecutive Time and Has More Cash On Hand
The Committee to Elect John Brady to the Mississippi Supreme Court announced today that, according to finance reports filed with the Secretary of State’s Office, Brady’s Committee has raised more money than his opponents for the third consecutive time and has a significant lead in cash-on-hand.
• Columbus Business Defense Attorney John Brady raised $34,875 this period for a total of $143,219 year-to-date and has $82,258 cash on hand.
• Current Columbus Circuit Court Judge Jim Kitchens raised $7,649 this period for a total of $27,546 year-to-date and has $16,700 cash on hand.
• Hernando former Senator and current Circuit Court Judge Bobby Chamberlin raised $26,750 this period for a total of $34,145 year-to-date and has $33,484 cash on hand.
• Tupelo Attorney Steve Crampton raised $11,635 this period for a total of $15,361 year-to-date and has $9,907.78 cash on hand.
This report, which was due Friday to the Secretary of State’s Office, covers the fundraising period from June 1 – June 30, 2016. The next report is due to the Secretary of State’s Office on October 10, 2016.
Brady stated, “We continue to be humbled by those throughout the district who are making financial contributions to our campaign. We are also working hard to build coalitions of support that will translate directly into voters across the district. For example, we received the recommendation of BIPEC (Business and Industry Political Education Committee) which is the most sought after recommendation for judicial candidates in Mississippi.”
Brady concluded, “Your hard earned money is not only an investment into my candidacy, it is an investment into the future of the Supreme Court and Mississippi.”
Brady is a Columbus attorney who has represented businesses of all types for more than two decades. He is a shareholder in the Columbus office of Mitchell, McNutt & Sams law firm. Brady has extensive trial experience in both Mississippi and federal courts where he has successfully defended individuals and businesses that have been sued. Brady and his wife Jennifer, who is originally from Southaven, have two daughters Rachel and Hannah.
John Brady Campaign Release
Posted July 12, 2016 - 6:47 pm