Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann pushed what he called needed legislative reforms Monday at a luncheon for business and community leaders at the Jackie Dole Sherill Community Center.
Hosemann presented “Report to the Pine Belt,” a slideshow about legislative issues to about 100 people.
Among several concerns, he highlighted voter fraud, 16th Section land leases and business law. “I want to keep everyone informed about what’s going on and the purpose it has within our state,” he said.
“That’s unacceptable that people don’t believe you got elected fairly,” he said.
Hosemann said voter fraud correlates with high unemployment rates and poorly performing schools.