A Special Thank YOU,
I want to tell you all how much I appreciate your support and thank you for standing by me throughout this highly contested race. Seven people are currently running, which to me, shows how much our current representative is out of touch and failing the people of Mississippi.
It’s time to show “NO-SHOW Palazzo” the power of the people by showing up to vote on June 7. I humbly ask for your vote on Tuesday.
“This is the people’s seat…every 2 years, it’s the PEOPLE who get to decide who they want to do the job.”
–Sen. Brice Wiggins
Brief Response to Palazzo Campaign:
While on the road traveling the district yesterday, I got word about a “hit piece” attacking us along with Mr. Wagner and Sheriff Ezell. The only thing I will say about this is that desperate politicians do desperate things when they know they are losing.
South Mississippi deserves better than a do-nothing Congressman who is willing to lie about good Republicans who have been on the front lines while he’s in D.C. hiding from voters.
The other candidates and I have been working hard to earn your votes this election. On the other hand, the incumbent refuses to debate, will not talk about issues, and fails to acknowledge his dismal voting record. Enough is enough.
I hope you will vote on Tuesday and send a message to Washington, DC: It’s time to fire Palazzo and Pelosi, vote BRICE WIGGINS.
Campaign Trail Highlights
Walkin’ with Wiggins
WATCH HERE for highlights and a few laughs from this week’s door-to-door adventures in Biloxi, Vancleave, Wayne County, and more across South Mississippi! #WalkinWithWiggins
Mississippi Professional Firefighters Endorsement
“We applaud Senator Brice Wiggins’ dedication to First Responders, and we support his election campaign for the U.S. House of Representatives.”- Professional Firefighters Association of Mississippi
Firefighters put their lives on the line for us every day. It’s time someone fights for them and the voices of all First Responders in DC. As Congressman, First Responders will always come first.
As Senate Chairman of the Mississippi Legislative First Responders Caucus, I wanted to share some examples of my steadfast support of the law enforcement community during my time in the legislature.
WATCH HERE on how I will stand up for First Responders and Law Enforcement!
I said a big thank you to the world’s best shipbuilders early one morning this week! Julius Wiggins, my grandfather, welded here in WWII. I grew up with Huntington Ingalls Shipbuilding outside my window.
Mississippi’s 4th District is one of the best Congressional Districts in the nation and I will boldly fight to keep it that way!
Picayune Senior Fair
What a great day visiting with everyone at the 2022 Senior Fair & Expo in Picayune hosted by WRJW Radio! Loved seeing local seniors connecting again while finding more resources to improve their quality of life!
The Methodist Men of FUMC Pascagoula and Eastlawn United Methodist Church joined together for breakfast today. Thanks to Chief Justice Mike Randolph for sharing his Christian message & the success of the state’s intervention courts, which he’s championed. It’s been my honor to work to see such things accomplished.
As a public servant, my (our) Christian faith is part of who we are and is not checked at the door, but rather informs the decisions that we make. As humans, we are far from perfect. Veteran courts, mental health courts, and drug courts assist where we as humans fall short. (The state saves money, too!) Thank you to Shannon Strunk for his leadership on this.
Congrats Pearl River, USM, & Ole Miss Baseball!
It’s been a great weekend for Mississippi college baseball! ⚾️ Congrats to Pearl River Community College Wildcats for winning the NJCAA National Championship yesterday! Meanwhile, both Southern Miss Baseball & Ole Miss Baseball advanced to the finals of their regionals in the NCAA Division I Baseball Championship tournament. Wishing them both the best of luck in their games tomorrow (Monday)! Southern Miss plays LSU & Ole Miss faces Arizona.
The overwhelming majority of Americans believe our country is headed down the wrong path both at home and abroad. Palazzo has had 12 years of failed efforts to make a difference, and things have gotten worse on his watch.
I’m asking the people of South Mississippi to rise above the noise and the clutter of our broken politics and to embrace that great faith and optimism that has always been that central ingredient in the American character – Vote Wiggins on June 7 (TUESDAY)!
I will deliver results for the hardworking people of South Mississippi. Together, we can get America back on track!
ICYMI 📸 In the Media
Brown Water Banter
I sat down with Brown Water Banter Podcast to discuss topics ranging from Star Wars, Medical Marijuana, the Wind Pool, and why I set out to become your next U.S. Congressman. WATCH HERE.
Paul Gallo Interview
A pleasure to join the Paul Gallo Show this week on SuperTalk. Listen HERE to learn how I will put those I represent in Congress first, unlike our current representative currently in DC.
Primary & General Election Day Reminders
Join the fight to get America back on track by volunteering on Election Day. CLICK HERE to sign-up or call 601-385-3420.
The Primary Election is on June 7.
The Mississippi Secretary of State’s office released the following election reminders as you plan to go vote on Tuesday:
Mail-In Absentee Voting Deadline: All Primary and General Election mail-in absentee ballots must be postmarked by June 7th and received by County Circuit Clerk Offices within five business days of June 7th in order to count.
Polling Place Location: CLICK HERE to find your voting place. Please contact your County Circuit Clerk’s Office or local Election Commissioners to verify your polling place.
Voter Photo ID: Voters are required to show photo identification at the polls. A voter without an acceptable form of photo identification is entitled to cast an affidavit ballot. CLICK HERE to view a list of acceptable photo IDs.
Campaigning: It is unlawful to campaign for any candidate within 150 feet of any entrance to a polling place, unless on private property.
Loitering: The polling places should be clear for 30 feet from every entrance of all people except elections officials, voters waiting to vote, or authorized poll watchers.
Camera Phones: Voters are prohibited from taking pictures of their marked ballot.