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A Born Listener...

Experience the difference with a Senator who truly listens to your concerns.

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Coastal Community

Brice Wiggins is a Candidate that knows how to lead...even if it's just a youth soccer team!

A Senator who understands the issues facing the coast and our region.

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Brice Wiggins is dedicated to the community!

Early education is key to the future of our community.

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Just what the doctor ordered: Hunting Season

Dr. Chris Wiggins and Brice enjoying the outdoors in Theodore, AL.

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Education = Opportunities = Dreams

Supreme Court Justice Jim Kitchens giving 4th grade students from Cherokee Elementary in Jackson a unique glimpse into our justice system.

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Conservative Principles. Better Results.

"Working Hard to build a pathway to prosperity on the coast."

Sen. Brice Wiggins' early childhood education bill gets support from leadership (updated)
Published: January 30, 2013 at 2:50 PM, updated January 30, 2013 at 8:32 PM

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By The Associated Press

JACKSON, Mississippi -- Top Mississippi leaders are endorsing a plan that would have the state government fund voluntary 4-year-old preschool.

Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves and House Speaker Philip Gunn held a news conference Wednesday to promote the plan. Gov. Phil Bryant released a statement endorsing it. All three are Republicans.

Mississippi Department of Marine Resources has scrapped a controversial plan to deposit dredge materials from a H
Published: Thursday, January 19, 2012, 6:00 AM

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 By Kaija Wilkinson

JACKSON, Mississippi -- Mississippi Department of Marine Resources has scrapped a controversial plan to deposit dredge materials from a Halter Marine expansion on Greewood Island, and south Mississippi legislators are calling it a victory for Pascagoula.

Sen. Brice Wiggins, R-Pascagoula, said he and fellow south Mississippi lawmakers sat down with DMR Director William Walker at the state Capitol building on Tuesday, and the meeting couldn't have gone better. Sen. Michael Watson, R-Pascagoula, Sen. Tommy Gollott, R-Biloxi, Rep. Charles Busby, R-Pascagoula, also attended the meeting.

Coast's Sen. Wiggins Named Committee Chair

JACKSON -- Coast freshman Sen. Brice Wiggins was named chairman today of the powerful Senate Ports and Marine Resources Committee by Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves.

It's not often a new lawmaker receives such a top position in his first term.

Senators from Pascagoula gain appointments from Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves


Brice-Wiggins-Tate-Reeves.jpgBrice Wiggins, left, talks with two-term state Treasure Tate Reeves, left. Reeves announced his candidacy for state lieutenant governor on Feb. 8, 2011 at Sav Rex Drugs and Pharmacy in Pascagoula. (Cherie Ward/The Mississippi Press)

JACKSON, Mississippi -- Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves appointed Pascagoula's Republican freshman Sen. Brice Wiggins as chairman of the Senate Ports and Marine Resources Committee on Friday.

It's a rare feat for a freshman lawmaker to chair such an important committee, and Wiggins was quite pleased with the appointment.

"This is huge for Jackson County," Wiggins said. "I really want to thank Lt. Gov. Reeves for appointing me to the chairmanship and having faith in me."

Reeves announced his committee appointments Friday, a day after he was sworn in as presiding officer of the 52-member Senate.

He appointed a mix of Democrats and Republicans.

Wiggins said the appointment shows that Reeves is serious about making sure the coastal counties thrive.

"I think Lt. Gov. Reeves really put Jackson County in a great position to set policy for the state on Mississippi," Wiggins said. "It will be great for Jackson County as a whole and the coast."


Former Assistant District Attorney, Brice Wiggins, released his plan for creating new jobs, long-term growth and building a path to prosperity today. “Our state and region is suffering from high unemployment, low wages and the loss of discretionary income. Our economic engine has been choked by taxes, regulations and outdated policies. If we are going to pass the American Dream onto our children and grandchildren, it will require new leadership, free market conservatism and innovation,” Wiggins said.

“Businesses thrive when there is certainty in the market. Uncertainty, however, forces business owners to eliminate jobs rather than create them,” Wiggins continued. In order to pump new oxygen into the economy, Wiggins proposes

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