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Nearly 50 Mississippi mayors endorse Clinton

The mayors say they support Clinton's support of location issues and municipal growth and investment. (Photo source: Hillary Clinton Facebook Page) The mayors say they support Clinton's support of location issues and municipal growth and investment. (Photo source: Hillary Clinton Facebook Page)
MISSISSIPPI (WLOX) -

With less than one week before the March 8 primary, Hillary Clinton has received endorsements from nearly 50 mayors across the state of Mississippi. 

In a press release, it was noted that the mayors trust Clinton to get the job done for constituents, particularly those in 'underserved communities'.

Additionally, the mayors back Clinton's plan to tackle social, economic and racial barriers that affect some families in Mississippi. 

“Hillary Clinton's strong support for education and healthcare for all families regardless of race or zip code is why I support her. Hillary Clinton has a progressive record of standing up for the people and our needs, and I’m excited to stand behind her as she takes actions to make America better," said Ocean Springs Mayor Connie Moran. 

See below for a full list of endorsements:

  • Mayor of Aberdeen, Cecil Bell
  • Mayor of Belzoni, Lenora Sutton
  • Mayor of Canton, Arnel D. Bolden
  • Mayor of Charleston, Sedrick Smith
  • Mayor of Clarksdale, Bill Luckett
  • Mayor of Cleveland, Billy Nowell
  • Mayor of Columbus, Robert E. Smith, Sr.
  • Mayor of Drew, Jeffrey Kilpatrick
  • Mayor of Durant, Tasha Davis
  • Mayor of Fayette, Rogers W. King
  • Mayor of Greenville, Errick Simmons
  • Mayor of Hattiesburg, Johnny L. DuPree
  • Mayor of Hazlehurst, Henry Banks, Sr. 
  • Mayor of Jackson, Tony Yarber
  • Mayor of Lexington, Clint Cobbins
  • Mayor of Meridian, Percy Bland
  • Mayor of Okolona, Louise F. Cole
  • Mayor of Philadelphia, James A. Young
  • Mayor of Port Gibson, Fred Reeves
  • Mayor of Shelby, Dan Harris, Jr.
  • Mayor of Vicksburg, George Flaggs, Jr.
  • Mayor of Yazoo City, Daine Delware
  • Mayor of Alligator, Tommy Brown
  • Mayor of Benoit, Calvin E. Ward
  • Mayor of Cary, Sylvia Pepper
  • Mayor of Crowder, Stephen W. Stanton
  • Mayor of Doddsville, David Ruffin
  • Mayor of Eden, Lekisha Thomas Hogan
  • Mayor of Edwards, Marcus Wallace
  • Mayor of Friars Point, Catherine Miller
  • Mayor of Glendora, Johnny B. Thomas
  • Mayor of Gloster, Leroy Billy Johnson
  • Mayor of Isola, Bobbie Miller
  • Mayor of Itta Bena, Thelma Collins
  • Mayor of Lambert, Joe Smith
  • Mayor of Magnolia, Anthony Witherspoon
  • Mayor of Mound Bayou, Darryl Johnson
  • Mayor of Mount Olive, Robert McNair
  • Mayor of Ocean Springs, Connie Moran
  • Mayor of Pace, Levon Jackson, Sr.
  • Mayor of Potts Camp, Mary Houston
  • Mayor of Renova, Harvey Green
  • Mayor of Roxie, Michael Wright
  • Mayor of Shuqualak, Velma H. Jenkins
  • Mayor of Summit, Percy Robinson
  • Mayor of Starkville, Parker Wiseman
  • Mayor of Tchula, Zula Patterson
  • Mayor of Tupelo, Jason Shelton
  • Mayor of Tutwiler, Nichole Harris
  • Mayor of Winstonville, Henry Perkins, Jr.
  • Mayor of Rosedale, Carey Esties
     

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