It’s Time for Change in D.C.

A vote for Wiggins is a vote for the people. Mississippi’s 4th District is one of the best Congressional Districts in the nation and I will boldly fight to keep it that way!

Yard signs are available for pick up M-F 8:30 am – 5 pm at The Focus Group office in Downtown Biloxi – 727 Howard Ave (4th floor). If you’d like one delivered, please email and our team will happily assist. Thank you for your support!

📸 WLOX News This Week

“This is the people’s seat…every 2 years it’s the PEOPLE who get to decide who they want to do the job.” Vote Wiggins June 7 – Republican.

Watch my interview that aired this morning with Dave Elliott on WLOX News this Week HERE.

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world: indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.”

–Margaret Mead

Campaign Trail Highlights

Walkin’ with Wiggins

Taking Grassroots campaigning to a neighborhood near you! #WalkinWithWiggins

WATCH HERE for video highlights of this week’s visits to Sumrall, Picayune, D’Iberville, & more! (Loved the two dogs who wanted a push card!)

Below are some other highlights from the campaign trail this past week.

Buddy’s Law is Official!

Gov. Signs Animal Cruelty Bill I Authored

Buddy’s Law was signed by the Governor this week. I had the honor of being the lead sponsor of this critical legislation to protect our four-legged friends. Special thanks to my co-sponsor Angela Burks Hill of Picayune and the many other animal lovers who helped push this legislation through. I look forward to championing and fighting for causes like Buddy’s in Congress.

Visiting South Mississippi Gun Show

The 2nd Amendment is sacrosanct, enshrined by our forefathers in the Bill of Rights. It cannot, and will not, be taken away. I proudly spent the morning w/ men and women from all backgrounds enjoying that right. I saw Mr. Pratt, a family friend at the show who spent over a decade in the Marines. Thank you, sir, well-done.  

CLICK HERE to watch my policy video on the 2nd Amendment.

Popsicle Time at Third Friday in Pascagoula!
Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these. –Mathew 19:14
Popsicles FTW! Wonderful Third Friday Event. – Keep it up Main Street Pascagoula. We love supporting our local communities!
Blessing of the Fleet - Pass Christian

I had the privilege of celebrating the kickoff of the shrimp season at Pass Christian’s 44th Annual Blessing of the Fleet on Saturday. The shrimp industry is full of hardworking Mississippians and families who have carried these traditions on since the 1800’s. Just like all South Mississippi industries, I plan to work hard for their interests in D.C.

Pascagoula City Council Acknowledgement

My goal growing up was to work hard so I could give back to my hometown and the community that shaped me, and I am humbled to have been able to do so throughout my career. Thank you, Mayor Willis, and the Council for allowing me to provide a legislative update and for the recognition of my public service. Pascagoula will always hold a special place in my heart – it’s truly my honor to serve you all. #PascagoulaProud

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.

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 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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