Hello, I’m Brice Wiggins, and I am running for Congress in the Republican Primary Election on June 7th to represent the people of South Mississippi’s 4th Congressional District in Washington D.C.
Our campaign to clean up D.C. won’t be easy, but I know how to win a tough fight. I’ve done it on the sports field, I’ve done it in the courtroom and I’ve done it in the Mississippi legislature. I’m ready for the next fight in the U.S. House of Representatives–and I am ready to show up for Mississippi, in person. You can learn more about me, my record, and my campaign HERE.
As we inch closer to election day, June 7th, I’m going to every corner of South Mississippi to earn your vote – building on the momentum of our accomplishments in the legislative session. Click HERE for details on my involvement in these accomplishments including my vote and activism for the Largest Tax Cut and Teacher Pay Raise in Mississippi history.
From the Pinebelt to the Coast, I invite you to keep up with us along the campaign trail. Below are some highlights from this past week.
“If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.”
—John Quincy Adams
Campaign Trail Highlights
First Congressional Debate
View the video above to hear my closing statement from our first Congressional Debate – South Mississippi deserves to have a bold and unafraid fighter in DC who will show up and get this country back on track.
Vote Wiggins on June 7th!
Dr. Ben Carson Scholarship Dinner
Thank you, Dr. Ben Carson, for the inspirational speech and your heartfelt mission at William Carey University and MOMA – Mississippi Osteopathic Medical Association. Congratulations to all the future scholars who will benefit from the Carson Scholarship Fund’s wonderful opportunities!
Rocking the Pinebelt!
This weekend, we spent time from Hattiesburg to Stone County, getting to know the people and sharing my vision for South Mississippi.
Contrary to the incumbent in this race, in-person is the only way I know how to do it; you won’t see us posting on social media that I was somewhere when I wasn’t.
Standing Up For Veterans
At Hattiesburg’s Live at Five H’Burg, I met with Soldiers for Freedom Outdoors, a local husband and wife of a national non-profit that assists veterans in coping with PTSD.
I shared with them my commitment to attacking the problem of suicide among veterans. Learn more HERE.
Women of UMC Eastlawn
One Coast Awards
Carl, thank you for your dedicated service to the city of Ocean Springs. You always reminded us to stay humble and were a true testament to our culture as the Hospitality State.
What happened is unacceptable and is why I authored Buddy’s Law to hopefully stop animal cruelty once and for all. #JusticeForCarl
IN THE MEDIA
Congressional Interview with Shea Dobson
Early Learning Win!
Eight years ago, Mississippi was close to last in early education. Tired of it, I authored our Early Learning Collaborative Act.
Now, we are one of ONLY five states to meet all ten quality measures. Getting things done matters, and is why you elect us, after all. It takes a team, and together, we made it happen.
As a leader, serving others and taking action to create real change that positively impacts the people I am elected to represent is my mission. Mississippi, I’m ready to work for you and with you to build a nation we can once again be proud of.
I hope you will consider my passion and strong record of getting things as I ask for your vote and support on June 7.
Primary Election Voting Information
The Primary Election is on June 7.
Click HERE for the Secretary of State Voter Information Guide for Details.
Are you registered to vote? Find out HERE.
If not, no worries. You have until May 9th to register to vote either in person or by mail. Click HERE to download a voter registration application. If you choose to mail in your voter registration application to the Circuit Clerk’s Office located in the county of your residence, be sure it is postmarked before May 9th (30 days before the election).
Out of town on June 7th?
IN-PERSON ABSENTEE VOTING – Visit your County Circuit Clerk’s Office to absentee vote in person from April 23 to June 4.
MAIL-IN ABSENTEE VOTING – Contact the Circuit Clerk’s Office located in the county of your residence and request an Official Application for Absentee Elector’s Ballot be mailed to you. The Application and Ballot may be mailed together depending on how close to the election date is when the ballot is requested.
*Mail-in absentee ballots must be postmarked on or before Election Day and received on or within five (5) business days of the election, June 14th, for them to count.
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