Sister District for Aisha Sanders

Join Sister District in supporting Aisha Sanders for the Mississippi House of Representatives!

Aisha Sanders is a native of Natchez, Mississippi. She received a degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Kentucky. In 2014, Aisha graduated from the Southern University Law Center (SULC) in Baton Rouge, Louisiana with a Juris Doctorate degree. She is a member of the Mississippi, Louisiana and Magnolia Bar Associations. Aisha practices law at the Sanders Law Firm PLLC, where she serves as the Managing Partner.

Aisha is running for State Representative because she believes she can serve her community more efficiently in the State Legislature. District 96 was created to give a voice to the underrepresented black community in Southwest Mississippi. This district includes public employees, public educators, failing school districts, low income families, and citizens who are often overcharged and heavily policed resulting in disproportionate representation in the criminal justice system.


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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