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    Governor Phil Bryant

    ​Phil Bryant was sworn in for his second term as Mississippi’s 64th governor on January 12, 2016. Before becoming the state’s chief executive, Bryant was lieutenant governor from 2008-2011. He also served as state auditor and represented his legislative district in the Mississippi House of Representatives for five years.

    Mailing Address:

    P.O. Box 139,
    Jackson, MS 39205


    Phone: 601.359.3150

    Lieutenant Governor Tate Reeves

    Re-elected in 2015 as Mississippi’s Lieutenant Governor, Tate Reeves stands ready to guide the state toward a brighter future by improving educational achievement for students, supporting the creation of high-skilled jobs and responsibly managing taxpayers’ money.

    Mailing Address

    PO Box 1018,
    Jackson, MS 39215

    Phone: 601.359.3200

    Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann

    Secretary Hosemann is committed to serving the public with open and fair government. In the short time since he was elected, he has worked tirelessly to ensure the integrity of Mississippi’s vote, ethically manage state lands to guarantee the future for our children, and make our State more business-friendly and attractive for economic development.

    Mailing Address:

    401 Mississippi Street
    Jackson, MS 39201

    Phone: 601.359.1350

    Attorney General Jim Hood

    Jim Hood has served as Attorney General of Mississippi since 2004. Prior to being elected as Attorney General, he served as a law clerk at the Mississippi Supreme Court and as a special assistant attorney general. In 1995, he was elected the district attorney for seven counties in North Mississippi. During his eight years as district attorney, he tried more than 100 jury trials. He has personally prosecuted several historical cases, including the 2005 trial for the leader of the 1964 murder of three civil rights workers in a case which was previously depicted in the movie “Mississippi Burning.”

    Mailing Address:

    550 High Street, Suite 1200
    Jackson, MS 39201

    Phone: 601.359.3680

    State Auditor Shad White

    Shad White was appointed the 42nd State Auditor of Mississippi by Governor Phil Bryant in July 2018. Before becoming Auditor, White served as Director of the Mississippi Justice Institute, a conservative public interest law institute. White has also practiced law in the private sector, served as a special prosecutor, and taught as an adjunct professor. The son of an oilfield pumper and school teacher, White grew up in rural Jones County and went on to earn degrees from Ole Miss, the University of Oxford, where he studied as a Rhodes Scholar, and Harvard Law School. Today, he and his wife Rina live in Rankin County and attend St. Richard Church.

    Mailing Address:

    501 N. West Street, Suite 801,
    Jackson, MS 39201

    Phone: 601.576.2800

    State Treasurer Lynn Fitch

    Re-elected to a second term in 2015, Lynn Fitch is Mississippi’s 54th Treasurer.

    Raised in Holly Springs, Mississippi, she earned both a Bachelor of Business Administration and a Juris Doctorate at the University of Mississippi. At 23, Lynn began practicing law as a Special Assistant Attorney General and was later in private practice as a bond lawyer.

    In 2009, Lynn was selected by Governor Barbour to serve as Executive Director of the Mississippi State Personnel Board. Prior to MSPB, Lynn served as Deputy Executive Director at the Mississippi Department of Employment Security and as Counsel for the Mississippi House of Representatives Ways and Means and Local and Private Legislation Committees.

    Mailing Address:

    PO Box 138,
    Jackson, MS 39205

    Phone: 601.359.3600

    Commissioner of Agriculture Andy Gipson

    As a farmer, lawyer, pastor and former State Representative, Gipson looks forward to working with everyone in Mississippi to promote, market and strengthen agriculture and commerce in the state.

    “It is crucial that we work together to plant and tend the seeds of opportunity for agriculture,” Gipson said. “I invite all Mississippians of every background to work in unity to strengthen and grow this, the state’s largest economic sector. Let’s go to work together and pull in the same direction.”

    Mailing Address:

    501 North Jefferson Street,
    Jackson, MS 39201

    Phone: 601.359.1100

    Commissioner of Insurance Mike Chaney

    Mike Chaney, Mississippi’s 11th Commissioner of Insurance and State Fire Marshal, is currently serving his third term in office. First elected in 2007, Chaney brought extensive business knowledge and experience to the office combined with 15 years of service in the Mississippi House and Senate.

    Mailing Address:

    501 North West Street,
    Jackson, MS 39201

    Phone: 601.359.3569