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A Born Listener...

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

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."

Press Releases
“The naming of a Navy vessel after a state is a rare honor,” said U.S. Navy Rear Admiral Michael E. Jabaley, Jr.  Yet, Mississippi has received this honor four times over the last 170 years.  Make it five.  On June 2, 2012, the 377-foot Virginia-class attack submarine, the USS MISSISSIPPI (SSN-782) will be commissioned at the Port of Pascagoula.

Today on the floor of the Mississippi Senate, Senator Brice Wiggins, Chairman of the Senate Ports and Marine Resources Committee presented Pascagoula Mayor Robbie Maxwell and Commissioning Committee Chairman Jerry St. Pe Senate Concurrent Resolution 635 saluting the historic commissioning of the USS Mississippi.  “It is a great honor to have authored this resolution saluting the USS Mississippi Commissioning.  It was a special moment to stand on the Senate floor and present the resolution to Mayor Maxwell, Chairman St. Pe and Rear Admiral Jabaley.  I want to specifically thank Lt. Governor Reeves for his support of the commissioning and the resolution.  I invite all Mississippians to join us on the morning of June 2 in Pascagoula to celebrate the commissioning of the newest addition to our Navy’s first class fleet,” said Senator Wiggins. Senator Wiggins was joined by local colleagues, Senators Michael Watson and Tony Smith and Representatives Charles Busby and Manly Barton along with Senator Videt Carmichael and Senator Haskins Montgomery representing the Meridian area.  The Meridian Area Navy League has been overseeing the commissioning on the state level.

Committees Assignments Put State Brice Wiggins In Strong Position to Help the Gulf Coast.

Monday, February 08, 2012

Jackson, Ms.- Freshman State Senator Brice Wiggins (R-Pascagoula) has received his committee assignments for the 2012 Mississippi Legislative Session. "I am pleased with my assignments and feel like they put me in a strong position to start making a difference for my constituents and the state of Mississippi," Brice said.

Statement from Senator Wiggins 1/11/2012

**UPDATE Jan 11th as of 3:30 CST**

“Today, I once again spoke with the Department of Marine Resources.  I was assured that the proposed plan will not go forward.  I, again, expressed that hearings should take place at the affected locale and that doing so is simply good government.  Please let me know if you have any questions on this issue or any other.”


From Senator Brice Wiggins,
Wednesday, Jan 11th.

"I first found out about the dredge spoils being placed off Pascagoula beach at 3:00 p.m. on Mon. I was with Dr. Walker, director of DMR, at the time and told him that the residents objected to the plan.

I met with him later that night where he told me that he objected to the footprint as proposed and that it would not go forward as is and would in no way obstruct Pascagoula's water view.  He reiterated this to me yesterday morning.  I understand that the plan was tabled at the meeting last night  which is good.

From my understanding the plan is connected to a project at VT Halter that will bring in many, many jobs.  I am told there are other plans of where to put the dredge spoils and I have asked Dr. Walker to consider those instead.

I have expressed to Dr. Walker that hearings are to be held in the locale that is affected,e.g., Pascagoula, and this should be the standard practice.

I will continue to monitor it and make sure DMR recognizes our objection to the current plan"


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