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Ole Miss Law School To Host Political Forum Ahead Of Mississippi Supreme Court Election


The University of Mississippi School of Law

Tomorrow, the University of Mississippi Law School will host the the four candidates running for the Mississippi Supreme Court District 3 Place 1. The forum will operate like a political debate featuring opening statements, questions from a moderator and the audience, and closing statements.

The event was set up by the Law School Student Body by reaching out to the candidates and asking them to participate. The event is open to the public, and community members are encouraged to attend. LSSB President Gregory Alston is excited about the opportunity for people to hear what they candidates have to say ahead of the upcoming election.

“This is great for not only the Law School Student Body Government but also the University of Mississippi School of Law to have the opportunity to hold a forum open to the public for the Mississippi Supreme Court District 3 Place 1 election,” Alston said. “I am very excited to give the public the opportunity to come hear from the candidates and make an informed decision on who to vote for. This is such an important race for the state of Mississippi, and we hope everyone can join us for this special event.”

The candidates for the position are John Brady of Columbus, Steve Crampton of Tupelo, Judge Jim Kitchens of Caledonia, and Judge Bobby Chamberlin of Hernando. The forum will take place at 6 p.m. in Weems Auditorium of the Ole Miss Law School. Immediately following the forum, a reception in the atrium will follow.

Steven Gagliano is a writer for HottyToddy.com. He can be reached at steven.gagliano@hottytoddy.com.

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