Anderson pledged early in the campaign to not take any funds from the insurance industry, as a promise to voters as to whom he represents.
At this critical juncture of rebuilding Mississippi, the state needs expertise in dealing with the complex issues regarding insurance. While Chaney, 63, has served in both the state House and Senate, Anderson, 51, has the better experience for the job, as the state’s former chief financial officer.
Anderson is committed to making the office more user-friendly and consumer oriented. He knows government and understands the complexity of insurance issues. He also has the personal integrity and fortitude to independently serve consumers while ensuring insurance companies have a fair competitive market in which to compete.
Anderson is the best choice Nov. 6.
Clarion Ledger Editorial