State District Democratic Candidates
Listed below are the names of those who have filed their Applications of Qualification for Candidacy for state district office in the Aug. 6, 2019 Democratic Primary.
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For Public Service Commissioner (Northern District)
Brandon E. Presley, Nettleton
For Public Service Commissioner (Central District)
Dorothy “Dot” Benford, Jackson
Ryan Brown, Brandon
Bruce Burton, Jackson
De’Keither A. Stamps, Jackson
For Public Service Commissioner (Southern District)
Connie Moran, Ocean Springs
Sugar Stallings, Biloxi
For State Transportation Commissioner (Northern District)
Joe T. “Joey” Grist, Tupelo
For State Transportation Commissioner (Central District)
Willie L. Simmons, Cleveland
Marcus L. Wallace, Jackson
For District Attorney
Circuit Court District 4
Dewayne Richardson, Greenville
Circuit Court District 5
Charles Douglas Evans, Grenada
Circuit Court District 6
Shameca Collins, Natchez
Ronnie L. Harper, Natchez
Circuit Court District 7
Jody Owens, Jackson
Darla Palmer, Jackson
Circuit Court District 9
Richard “Ricky” Smith Jr., Vicksburg
Circuit Court District 10
Circuit Court District 11
Brenda F. Mitchell, Cleveland
Circuit Court District 13
Matt Sullivan, Mize
Circuit Court District 14
Dee Bates, Summit
Circuit Court District 16
Scott Colom, Columbus
Circuit Court District 17
John William Champion, Senatobia
Circuit Court District 21
Akillie Malone Oliver, Benton
Circuit Court District 22
Daniella M. Shorter, Port Gibson
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