Remember Mississippi was formed to provide support and a voice to Mississippi GOP voters who have been all too often ignored by the Washington D.C. Establishment. Our goal is to help true conservatives win! One of our primary goals in 2018 is helping Sen. Chris McDaniel win in November to become Mississippi’s next U.S. Senator.

Our winning formula consists of equipping citizens across the state to take action to help conservatives win, and educating voters about the most pressing issues facing Mississippi.

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Why Chris McDaniel

Chris McDaniel is a member of the Mississippi state senate, where he has served for the past nine years. A principled conservative, he has introduced numerous pieces of legislation that advance conservatism and defend our constitutional rights.

He authored the “Mississippi Student Religious Liberties Act of 2013,” which guarantees students’ First Amendment rights to free speech and religious freedom. He has also sponsored various pieces of legislation that protect small businesses from harmful state regulations. He has also fought against Obamacare’s damaging effects for families and businesses in the state, and has been a consistent and vocal defender of the Second Amendment.

On matters of life, Chris has shown his commitment to the pro-life issue by authoring several pieces of legislation that protect unborn babies and reaffirm the sanctity of human life. Over the years, he has also volunteered his time to serve as legal counsel to many pro-life organizations in Mississippi.

A noted writer and talk show radio host, Chris is an active member of the National Rifle Association (NRA), the Federalist Society, the Mississippi Bar Association, the Jones County Bar Association, the Rotary Club, and the Lions Club.

Chris received his undergraduate degree from William Carey College, and went on to receive his law degree from Ole Miss School of Law.

Chris is a devoted husband to Jill, and father to Cambridge and Chamberlain. He and his family are members of the West Ellisville Baptist Church.