Support Conservative Judge Jack Wilson in Runoff Election on Tuesday, November 29
Judge Jack Wilson and Governor Phil Bryant
On November 8th, conservative and MSGOP-endorsed Court of Appeals Judge Jack Wilson received 49.8% of the vote in his reelection bid, winning 16 of 19 counties in the district and finishing approximately 28,000 votes ahead of his closest competitor. Nevertheless, Judge Wilson will appear on the ballot again on Tuesday, November 29th for a runoff election.
Please mark your calendar today to vote for Judge Wilson in the runoff election on Tuesday, November 29th.
Judge Wilson was appointed to the Court of Appeals by Governor Phil Bryant in 2015, and he has also been endorsed by former Governor Haley Barbour, the Business and Industry Political Education Committee (BIPEC), and the Mississippi Medical Political Action Committee (MMPAC). Judge Wilson has the right legal experience, education and work ethic for this very important position. It’s critical that we elect conservatives like Judge Wilson to the Court of Appeals because he believes judges must faithfully follow the Constitution and strictly apply the law—without trying to legislate from the bench.
On Monday, November 21, Governor Bryant and Chairman Nosef will be campaigning with Judge Wilson in downtown Brandon at 12:45 P.M. at Brandon Discount Drugs located at 200 Tamberline St.
Find out more about Judge Wilson by visiting his website and following him on Facebook. Click here to view Judge Wilson’s ad with Governor Phil Bryant.
As a reminder, the Court of Appeals District 3 includes the following counties: Attala (split w/District 2), Clarke, Clay, Jasper, Jones (split w/District 4), Kemper, Lauderdale, Leake (split w/District 2), Lowndes, Madison (split w/District 2), Neshoba, Newton, Noxubee, Oktibbeha, Rankin, Scott, Smith, Wayne (split w/District 5), and Winston.