Sister District for Brandon Rue

Join Sister District in supporting Brandon Rue for the Mississippi House of Representatives!


Brandon Rue is a native of Meridian, MS. He is a Communications Studies Major with a Double Minor in Political Science and Psychology at The University of Southern Mississippi. At the age of 17, Brandon accepted his calling in the ministry as a Minister of the gospel in his hometown of Meridian, MS. Here he served as the youth minister and worked closely with the pastor. Brandon now volunteers at West Point Baptist Church in Hattiesburg MS, where he teaches the youth’s Christian development classes. Brandon’s passion for the youth is not only in the church, he has founded a non-profit organization known as Elevate.


The organization was founded ito promote leadership and empowerment, provide exposure to a variety of career options, promote pro-social behavior, and endorse the importance of being responsible. The organization completes these objectives by working with 5th grade students at Woodley Elementary School in Hattiesburg, MS.


WHY MISSISSIPPI?

2019 is a big year for Mississippi. Long seen as a conservative stronghold, the state is a Republican trifecta - Republicans control the Governorship and both chambers of the legislature. But the entire state legislature is up for election in 2019, and they are all “Last Chance” races—the legislators who are elected in 2019 will draw district lines during the 2021 redistricting cycle. Additionally, the current Governor is term-limited in 2019, and the Democratic candidate, state Attorney General Jim Hood, is viable and well-liked.


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