Tate Reeves Raised Over Half a Million Dollars In May

From:  News Release   6/10/19   GCN
Jackson — Last month, Lt. Governor Tate Reeves raised more than half a million dollars to support his run for governor of Mississippi. The $545,683 raised last month brings his cash on hand total across all accounts to $6.3 million.

"Conservatives across Mississippi know that Tate Reeves is the only candidate who can defeat the Democrats this November," said campaign spokesman Parker Briden. "We're grateful to everyone who has invested to help protect our values in this vital race. We cannot allow Jim Hood to give his liberal party a foothold here in Mississippi."


Tate Reeves is a product of small-town Mississippi and a lifelong Mississippian. A strong conservative, Tate’s leadership in state government has focused on the principles of guarding the taxpayers’ dollars, improving educational opportunity, and growing new careers so that the state’s best and brightest can stay in our state.

Tate is pro-life, and is committed to protecting the rights of the unborn. He is committed to protecting the Second Amendment and will fight Washington liberals who try to take those rights away.

Tate’s business training in the banking sector made him the state’s foremost advocate for balancing the state budget while minimizing state debt. His conservative management helped fill the state’s “rainy day fund” and reduce the overall debt burden. Tate’s upbringing in Florence’s public schools made him driven to reform the education system to increase opportunity.

A father of three and husband to another small-town Mississippian, the former Elee Williams of Tylertown, Tate Reeves is dedicated to creating a future Mississippi in which all our children can thrive and stay at home to raise their children.