Others Talk About Doing Things. I’ve Actually Done Them.

Hello, I’m Brice Wiggins, and I hope by now you know I am all in on running for Congress. A vote for Wiggins is a vote for a Congressman who knows the process and has used it to get things done for you. Let’s make it happen in the Republican Primary on June 7. Vote for Wiggins!

As your Congressman, I will work to:

  • Fix the economy

  • Curb inflation

  • Lockdown our borders

  • Protect our rights & resources

  • Bolster economic development in Mississippi

Everyone I talk to (and I’ve talked to thousands), says they’re fed up with how we are being represented in DC. As a Congressman, you are the window into who we are as a state and district. We are about Christian morals, high standards, and hard work in South Mississippi. You can bet I will uphold that standard and will rise above the DC swamp.

Our campaign to clean up DC won’t be easy, but I know how to win a tough fight–and I’m ready to show up for Mississippi, in person. You’ll find my record and policy videos with my positions on many topics everyone is concerned about HERE – including this one about Protecting the Rights of the Unborn.

Voting is the expression of our commitment to ourselves, one another, this country, and this world.”

—Alexander Hamilton

Campaign Trail Highlights

Walkin’ with Wiggins

Taking Grassroots campaigning to another level by coming to a neighborhood near you!

#WalkinWithWiggins is going door to door from the Pine Belt to the Coast to earn your vote on June 7th.

WATCH HERE to see where we’ve been and other highlights from this past week below.

Ocean Springs Education Foundation Fundraiser

A good time for a great cause – OSEF does a fabulous job supporting teachers, students, and education in general. No wonder OSSD is one of the top in the state!

Forrest Co. Republican Executive Committee Meeting

Thank you for having me and all the Republican Party Officials working to ensure an efficient and secure election on June 7th. WATCH to learn how I will stand up for the integrity of U.S. elections in Congress.

Birds of a Feather, Flock Together

We’re lucky to have great friends in Hattiesburg supporting my efforts to become our next Congressman on June 7th.

Free Flowin’ Festival

I enjoyed some quality food, music, and company at Free Flowin’ Fest in my hometown of Pascagoula last weekend. Thank you to all who played a part in yet another successful celebration for our community!

Taggart Family Visit in Moss Point!

I spent an afternoon in Moss Point going door-to-door asking for your vote. The biggest win was when Allison said YES while visiting with the Taggart family, and she hopes you do too on June 7th!

In the Media

Taking Action: New Eviction Law

I was proud to be the Primary Sponsor of this bill in this year’s legislative session. Now the Governor has signed it into law. To read the full article, click HERE.

Final Note...

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.

Join us in Pascagoula Thursday at the Legendary Longfellow House Fundraiser, click HERE for details.

If you are unable to attend, please consider donating to help us cross the finish line to victory. Thank you again for your consideration in this primary election for Congressman of the 4th District.

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.

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.

Click HERE for a step-by-step guide for Absentee Voting.

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