Phil Bryant Continues His Fight Against Illegal Immigration
As the U.S. Congress is now considering legislation regarding with illegal immigration, Phil Bryant urges Mississippians and our congressional delegation to oppose any legislation that grants amnesty to illegal immigrants. Having released an official auditor’s report more than a year ago detailing how illegal immigration costs Mississippi taxpayers $25 million a year-at a time when many elected officials remained silent on the issue-Phil Bryant continues to be Mississippi’s leader in bringing the issue to the forefront. Despite the Mississippi Legislature’s failure to act on legislation that would have stopped businesses who contract with the state from hiring illegal immigrants, Phil will continue working to stop illegal immigration in Mississippi, and as Lt. Governor, no one will be a stronger leader in fighting illegal immigration and its negative effects on our state.

eVideo Message from Phil – DeSoto County Phil Bryant for Lt. Governor Headquarters
Watch the latest eVideo Message from Phil Bryant at DeSoto County campaign headquarters in Southaven, Mississippi, by clicking here – www.PhilBryant.com/eVideo.

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Phil Bryant Campaign Office Now Open in DeSoto County
Recently, Phil Bryant’s Campaign for Lt. Governor opened its DeSoto County office. A large crowd gathered for the grand opening event. The office is located at 3324 Goodman Road (3 doors down from the Sonic Drive Inn on the North Side of Goodman Road). Following the grand opening event, Phil assisted in awarding DeSoto County Principals for a successful year at their appreciation night event.

Rev. Don Wildmon Endorses Phil Bryant for Lt. Governor
Rev. Don Wildmon, Founder and Chairman of the American Family Association, personally endorsed Phil Bryant’s campaign for Lt. Governor. At the news conference in Tupelo announcing the endorsement, Phil said, “It means a lot to my campaign to have the personal endorsement of Rev. Don Wildmon because he has consistently been a leader-in Mississippi and across America-for the traditional values of family, marriage between a man and a woman, and protecting the right to life of unborn children. I appreciate his personal endorsement today and I will continue working in my campaign to stand up for those traditional values that Mississippians share.” Following the endorsement event, Phil spoke to the Lee County Republican Party Executive Committee meeting.

On the Campaign Trail all across Mississippi
Over the past few days, Phil Bryant has been all across the state on the campaign trail. Recently, Phil attended the Delta Council meeting in Cleveland; spoke to the 17th Annual Veteran’s Cookout in Bay Springs hosted by the Southern Industrial Contractors, Inc.; spoke to the Mississippi Business & Procurement Opportunities Conference in Vicksburg; stopped by the meeting of the Rankin County Republican Women’s organization; spoke at Lakefest in Lake; campaigned at Brandon Day in Rankin County; spoke to the Lamar County Republican Party committee; and visited with veterans at the annual Run For The Wall event. If you know of an event you would like for Phil to attend, please contact the campaign office.

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Phil Bryant for Lt. Governor Hat
With your donation of $100 or more online, you’ll receive a free Phil Bryant for Lt. Governor baseball cap. Perfect for keeping you shaded from the Mississippi summer sun, this tan hat displays the Phil Bryant campaign logo in red, blue and gray stitching so everyone will know you’re supporting Phil Bryant’s campaign.

How You Can Help Phil Bryant
If you want to help Phil Bryant in his campaign for Lt. Governor, be sure to go to the website and sign up to contribute or volunteer to help. You can also ‘Tell A Friend’ about Phil Bryant’s campaign to make sure your family and friends are also getting involved in this campaign for Mississippi’s future. Go to the website and find out how you can be in integral part in making the campaign successful in the August 7th primary and the general election in November.

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