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Rep. Jay Hughes Will Hold Press Conferences About Future Plans

Jay Hughes

Jay Hughes will hold a series of press conferences throughout the state on Thursday, May 3, at the following locations:

8:15 a.m. – Jackson Jackson Marriott Downtown / 200 E. Amite Street
Mezzanine – Ballroom
(Complimentary parking & Refreshments provided)
Noon – Biloxi Biloxi Visitors Center – Front Lawn /1050 Beach Boulevard
Rain Option: Pavilion
2 p.m. – Hattiesburg New Library – Lawn / 329 Hardy St.
Rain Option: Covered Drive
4 p.m. – Meridian Dumont Park / 405 22nd Avenue
Rain Option: Pavilion
Additional press conferences and Tour Events/Schedules TBA after completion of the first day.
Hughes was elected to the legislature three years ago, after serving as an alderman in his hometown of Oxford. During the debate over school funding, he ran for state representative on a platform for public education, mental health, and roads and bridges.
Hughes has long held the belief that “It ALL starts with education!” and plans to continue pursuing an agenda that puts a great public education first for each and every child in Mississippi. A long-time businessman and real estate attorney, Hughes says he is ready to take much-needed common sense and transparency to an office he believes has left too many people and issues out in the cold in recent years.
“Imagine an education system where ALL schools have the same great resources and buildings. Imagine classrooms where every one of them has the teacher it needs. Imagine roads without pot holes and bridges without restrictions. Imagine mental health and addiction treatment for all Mississippians who need it, and real access to health care, regardless of where you live.”

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