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Mississippi Candidates for Governor and LT. Governor 2011
Mississippi Candidates for Governor
Lt. Governor

State Primary: April 3, 2012

Mississippi Governor

Phil Bryant (R)

Lt. Governor Candidates

Tate Reeves (R)

Mississippi Candidates for Congress:

District 1:
Brad Morris (D)  
Alan Nunnelee (R)
Jim Bourland (Constitution) - Tea Party Activist
Danny Bedwell (Libertarian)
Chris Potts (Reform)

District 2:
Bennie Thompson (D)
Bill Marcy (R) - Tea Party Activist 
Lajena Williams (Reform)
Cobby Williams (Independent)

District 3:
Gregg Harper (R)
Crystal Biggs (D) 
John Pannell (Reform)

District 4:
Steven Palazzo (R)
Michael Herrington (D) 
Ron Williams (Libertarian) 
Bob Claunch (Reform)

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Mississippi Personhood Amendment

Mississippi Personhood is an initiative to define a person as a person from the time they are conceived. The initiative is a response to what some perceive as loosening abortion laws nationwide.

3. Mississippi Constitution Amendment Eminent Domain
The eminent domain initiative will restrict the ability of governments to seize private land for public use. "Gradually over the years, the definition of public purpose morphed into a conversation on economic purpose," Hosemann said. "In the supreme court, in a Connecticut lawsuit, held that a city could seize property and turn it over for a multi-use purpose and an economic purpose because that economic purpose was considered a public purpose with increased tax roles and jobs."

Eminent domain, which has traditionally been a means by which governments can seize land for roads and other public uses, has in recent years become a tool through which developers can obtain land if a government — with a court's approval — considers the business development good for the area's economy. The proposed amendment will restrict governments from selling the property for 10 years to deter public purpose being defined as an economic purpose.

Candidates for Governor, Election 2012


History of Mississippi. Information that every Mississippi Election
Candidates for Governor Should Know:

Mississippi history facts of the 1800's:

The Native Indians of Mississippi were the Biloxi, Capinans, Chakchiuma, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Choula, Dakota, Grigra, Houma, Ibitoupa, Koroa, Moctobi, Natchez, Ofo, Okelousa, Pascagoula, Pensacola, Quapaw, Taposa, Tiou, Tunica and Yazoo tribes

The Louisiana Purchase - the United States bought the Louisiana Territory from France. The U.S. Secretary of State, James Madison paid 15 million dollars for the land

By the Treaty of Mount Dexter, the Choctaws sell 4.5 million acres of land to the U.S. government and this opens up land to white settlement

1812 - 1815
The War of 1812 between U.S. and Great Britain, ended in a stalemate but
confirmed America's Independence

Zebulon M. Pike (1779-1813), a native of New Jersey, explores Upper Mississippi

1861 - 1865
The American Civil War.

ohn Brown raided Harpers Ferry and set in
motion events that led directly to the outbreak of the Civil War.

Abraham Lincoln, a known opponent of slavery, was elected president and in 1861 the South Secedes. The initial Secession of South Carolina was followed by the secession of Mississippi, Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Texas, Virginia, Arkansas, Tennessee, and North Carolina. These eleven states eventually formed the Confederate States of America. The bombardment of Fort Sumter was the opening engagement of the American Civil War.

1865 April 9 1865
Robert E. Lee surrendered signaling the end of the Confederacy.

1865 December 6
The Abolishment of Slavery. The Thirteenth Amendment to the U.S Constitution is ratified, thus officially abolishing slavery

1898-1901 December 10, 1898
The Spanish American War. The Treaty of Paris the US annexes Puerto Rico, Guam, Philippines.

Origin of the name
Named after In 1666 French explorers in the western Great Lakes region recorded 'Messipi' as their rendering of the Ojibwa name for the river they had come upon - misi-sipi meaning “big river.”

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